Wednesday, June 8, 2011

HOW TO DRAW A SQUID IN MS WORD PART 3

MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 19 PART 3


TITLE:   HOW TO DRAW A SQUID IN MS WORD

TYPE:    FINE ART – LINE DRAWING

(C)  THE DISSECTED DRAWING OF THE SQUID                                                          

I’d made some alterations to the first drawing and this is how the squid should look like. As usual, I’ll dissect the drawing to show how all the drawing objects are joined to create the picture of the squid. Don’t forget to merge all the layers into a single unit using the Select Objects tool. Yes, the principle of grouping all the separate drawing objects into a single unit is similar to other professional image-editing software. Once merged as a unit, the image can also be separated again by applying the Ungroup command.

Can you count how many drawing objects are there? Believe it or not, the squid is created by joining all the drawing objects together. By the way, the organic shape in dashed line is used for masking. In my next post I’ll show readers how to create a fine art digital drawing composition with this subject.

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