Sunday, August 7, 2011

HOW TO DRAW A LIGHTED CANDLE IN MS WORD PART 3

MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 23  PART 3

TITLE:   HOW TO DRAW A LIGHTED CANDLE IN MS WORD

TYPE:   GRAPHIC DESIGN

(B) HOW TO CREATE THE EFFECTS FOR THE ILLUSTRATION?
Users of Microsoft Word 2010 and 2007 can create effects for graphics with the tools on the Format tab. Click at a drawing object to reveal the Format tab on the Standard Toolbar.  Click the arrow next to Shape Fill and you will find most of the tools needed to create effects for your graphics. The Gradient option with a variety of variations is mostly used to create 3-D effects to drawing objects. By the way, if MS Word has the Feathering option like Photoshop, the candle light effect will be more realistic. I will use a table to explain how these effects are created.



Effect No.

Tools

How to do it?

1
Shape Fill
More Fill Colors
Fill object with Yellow colour
Move Transparency slider to 40% on Standard tab

2
Shape Fill  > Theme Colors
Gradient  > More Gradients
> Colors > Shading Styles
Two Colors > Orange, Accent 6, Darker 25% & Yellow
Horizontal > Choose Variant No. 1 (Top Left) > OK

3
Shape Fill
Gradient  > Colors > Shading Styles
Fill object with Blue colour
Vertical > Choose Variant No. 4  (Bottom Right) > OK
4
Shape Fill  > Texture
Sand

5
Shape Fill
Gradient  > Colors > Shading Styles
Two Colors > Purple & Purple, Accent 4, Lighter 60%
Vertical > Choose Variant No. 4  (Bottom Right) > OK

6
Shape Fill
Gradient  > Colors > Shading Styles
Fill object with  Aqua colour
Horizontal > Choose Variant No. 2  (Top Right) > OK
 7
Oval > Shape Fill
Fill object with Black, Text 1, Lighter 35%


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