I know there is a way to do this but for whatever reason i can't find anything about it on the internet. I am just trying to fill an open path. I know I have done this before. Situations where I have a background shape with another shape overlapping it. For instance I have a pigs head with a pink fill. The pigs ear sits on top of his head with the base of the ear overlapping the background shape that is his head. I need the outline of both shapes to be visible. However I need the ear to have the same pink fill has the head but the outline at the base of the ear is not closed. So here's what I need to happen. I need to fill the ear with the pink. so it is its own discrete object that can be moved as needed so I have an ear shape but it is not a closed path. The bottom of the ear is open. No connecting outline across the base of the ear.
I know I have found the answer to this question before But it seems I am unable to find anything this time. I know I can do it in Illustrator. And I'm equally sure I've done it before in Coreldraw X3 before.
can anyone tell me what I'm missing?
use the windows snipping tool and snip a piece then save as png and post here for a visual like below
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