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Jesus Cota Posted: Wed, Jul 14 2010 7:02

Hello everybody Smile

This way seems good to achieve water effect. I hope you like.
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With such purpose you can create a beautiful beach

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CorelDRAWMaster

A simple technique with amazing effect. Congratulations. Could you also explain how you got that effect in the top of the wave?

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Very Good Jesus,

Another fine tutorial. I've learnt something here.

Thanks.

 

Cheers!

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very nice, Jesus! Big Smile

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I like your examples, I have learned a lot from your posts.

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wow ! great idea !!

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Jesus Cota:
This way seems good to achieve water effect. I hope you like.

looks good

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Thanks for your comments guys. Somebody says: "Sows and harvest". And I learn new things every day.

Silvio Win:
Congratulations. Could you also explain how you got that effect in the top of the wave?

Hi Silvio. Here is it:

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Very Nice!

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I love your works Jesus, the best thing is that your techniques are not that difficult to follow, you use really easy methods to create the effects that look complicated.

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Aleem Ashraf:
I love your works Jesus, the best thing is that your techniques are not that difficult to follow, you use really easy methods to create the effects that look complicated.

I like Jesus's work, more important I like the way he thinks.

He uses this software to make things appear from nothing. It's how I work also.

Many CorelDRAW users are paralyzed with artistic fear and worry too much about parameters, and "rules".

Using the tools - in unusual, unintended ways if necessary - to get the results an artist desires is all that matters.

Since... at output time numerous layers/objects are combined to a flattened bitmap anyway. The final pixels in a bitmap don't care where they came from.. :-D

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Simple and creative solutions.

 

Amazing work!

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mo replied on Thu, Jul 15 2010 11:04

Please post this excellent and short tutorial into the wiki section here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would follow with my flame and fire tutorials!

Your inspiring technique is very helpful not only for beginners in CorelDRAW, would be a pitty to let it dust in the deep forums!

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I agree with Maurice.

Add them to the wiki pages. And also... still awaiting your technique for glowing lines... that was well done. Yes

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