Corel Draw Easter Egg Hunt Flyer Tutorial
Step 10: Uniform Fill Window
Select the "Easter" Text, then go to the right of the screen where you will see the Object Properties Docker.
On the Fill Tab, which is the first visible tab, select Advanced which will open the Uniform Fill Window.
Step 11: Custom Color - RGB
On the Models Tab, select the Down Arrow to the right of Model and select RGB from the list that appears.
This will allow you to enter RGB Values for your Custom Color in the Components Section.
Set R to "0", G to "128" and B to "232".
Then click OK.
Step 12: Set Text Outline
Now to set the Outline of the Text, go back to the Object Properties Docker and select the Outline Tab which is the 2nd Tab.
Here set Width to "2pt", by clicking on the Down Arrow and selecting "2pt" from the list.
Set Color to "White" by clicking on the Down Arrow and selecting "White" from the window of colors.
Set the Outline Style to Solid, by clicking on the Down Arrow and selecting the 1st Outline Style from the window.
This is what the Text should look like:
Step 13: Interactive Drop Shadow Tool
Go to the Tool Box, click on the Ineractive Blend Tool Icon and hold the mouse over it for 2 seconds to reveal the Interactive Tool Menu.
Select the 4th Icon which is the Interactive Drop Shadow Tool.
Step 14: Drop Shadow Presets
Once the Interactive Drop Shadow Tool is selected, notice that the Property Bar has changed.
Click the Down Arrow to the right of Presets to reveal the Presets List.
Select Flat Bottom Right.
Step 15: Drop Shadow Settings
Next change the settings for Drop Shadow Offset.
Set X to "0.092" and Y to "-0.092".
Set the Drop Shadow Opacity to "70".
Set the Drop Shadow Feathering to "3".
Step 16: Feathering Direction
Select the Drop Shadow Feathering Direction Icon to reveal a menu.
Then select the Down Arrow next to the Drop Shadow Color and select "Black".
This is what the Drop Shadowed Text will look like.
Step 17: Royalty Free Images
Next add Images to the document.
Here I downloaded the Images of an Egg and a Rabbit from Clker, which is a site where you can download Royalty Free Clipart.
You can also check out Public-Domain-Image, and OpenClipArt.
Step 18: Place Images
To place an Image inside of the Flyer, go to File > Import.
This brings up the Import Window which allows you to choose where the desired files are, then click Import.
You will see the Image Name along with some more details about the Image next to your cursor.
To place the Image, click on the desired location on the Flyer.
To Resize the Image, select it and then move the mouse over one of the 8 Black Squares that appear around it.
When the Cursor turns into a 2 Sided Arrow, hold down the left mouse button and drag to the desired size.
Step 19: Arrange Images
After importing both Images, to put the Egg in front of the Rabbit, select the Egg and go to the Arrange Menu > Order > In Front Of.
A Black Arrow will appear. Click on the Rabbit to move the Egg in front of it.
You could also just use Arrange > Order > To Front. With this option there would be no Black Arrow.
Step 20: Save File
The completed flyer should look like this:
To Save, go to File > Save.
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