Saturday, March 3, 2012

HOW TO DRAW AN APPLE IN MS WORD PART 2

MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 36

TITLE:   HOW TO DRAW AN APPLE IN MS WORD PART 2
TYPE:    DIGITAL DRAWING

THE DISSECTED DRAWING
Since the apple is of natural form, the Curve line tool is suitable to be used to draw it. Drawing is different from painting. The graphics program in MS Word is used to produce vector format drawings. The Paint program in Windows can be used to produce digital paintings in raster format.  A total of 12 drawing objects were created to complete the picture of the apple. I’d mask an area in the drawing to enable me to create an effect. Which area did I mask? In MS Word 2007, click Format > Shape Fill > Gradient > and then choose the suitable effects in the Dark Variations palette to create the effects that you want.




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