How to Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw?

How to Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw?

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw, in this tutorial i want to show you the way of making power shield shape by Coreldraw. We know that in different game there we can see this kind of shield that the use that for protecting himself from danger or enemies. Now we should know that how the design such shape for game and put that in that places.

Step 1 – Creating Basic Shape

Create hexagons, exactly as shown below using the freehand tool

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Next is customize the hexagons

Step 2 – Curved the Hexagons

  1. Click on every side, (one by one) with shape tool
  2. Use “convert line to curve” tool.  Curved exactly as shown below
Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Do to all side, and the result will be like the image below,…. easy, right?

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

                      Create Power Shield step 3

Step 3 – Coloring the Hexagons

If you look at the picture below, this is the “Fountain Fill” dialog. You can see that I marked with a red oval, it is an important part in the coloring to make it look like shiny metal

  1. Custom B. Current C. Position D. Triangle Color Parameter.

 

  1. Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

    Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Every Triangle has 2 value: Position and Current Color

You can see we have 5 Triangle, and with start point is black, and end point is white. We start after the black start point. To Create Triangle parameter, just double click on the dotted line….

 

Now click the Triangle one by one:

First Triangle: Position 26%, Current Color: 70%black

Second Triangle: Position 40%, Current Color: 40%black

Third Triangle: Position 52%, Current Color: 20%black

Fourth Triangle: Position 72%, Current Color: White

Fifth Triangle: Position 90%, Current Color: 20%black

Easy, Right….. I’m sure you can follow. And the result would be like this:

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Wow, I’m sorry guys. not mention the size. Let say it had:Width: 5cm, Height: 6cm

 

Step 4 – Contouring

Click the Basic hexagons, on property bar >> Effects >> Contour, or just press Ctrl+F9

Set the offset value: 0.3Cm, Step: 1, Click Apply. (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

You see now we have two layer of hexagons, Break it apart,

Arrange >> Break Contour Group Appear Ctrl+K.

Fill that new layer with YELLOW (temporary)………… (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Now, Click the Yellow hexagon, and contour it … follow the contour parameter as shown below

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Arrange >> Break Contour Group Appear Ctrl+K. like we do it on previous step.

Create Power Shield step 5

Step 5 – Trim

After you break it apart. Click on Black solid layer. Hold the SHIFT on your keyboard. Click yellow layer. Press Trim Button on menu bar… (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Step 6 – Coloring Inner Layer

If you drag out the yellow layer. You will see that the yellow layer seem have no fill or just big outline is Solid fill area. (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Let’s fill that layer with “Fountain Fill “. There will be triangle. Now  we make it more simple. Just with Two triangle parameter.(see image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Now click the Triangle one by one:

First Triangle: Position 28%, Current Color: 60%black

Second Triangle: Position 77%, Current Color: 10%black

The result would be like this (see image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

No drag it back to the center, and it would be like this (see image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

                               Create Power Shield step 7

 

 

Step 7 -Main Shield Motif Color

Create TWO rectangle

And each have Width: 0.7cm Height: 6cm. Draw straight line with 5 cm long. 

Put one of the rectangle on the left side of the line, do you know how to do that?

Click one of rectangle, Hold “Shift” on your keyboard. Select the line, press “L”.

Do it for next rectangle. Now on right side of the line. (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Now, Select that two rectangle. Go to menu bar Effects >> Blend, Follow all the parameter on Blend Dialogue Box, don’t forget to click Apply (see image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Delete the line, Go to Menu bar Arrange>> Break Blend Group Apart.Click the middle rectangle, UNGROUP it, Select all rectangle GROUP it. Rotate it to 135 Degrees (see image below).

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

And fill it with Fountain Fill, Here we determine the direction of the light and how much light was shining armor. With more first color darkens, it means that the rising was close and very strong.  (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

The Result would be like this… (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

 

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Step 8 – Container

Select orange rectangle, go to menu bar Effects >> Power clip >> Place inside Container,Pointed that black arrow to inner layer of the shield/hexagons,

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

The Result would be like this… (See image below)

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

                                  Create Power Shield step 9

 

Step 9 – The flashes of light
Create object like (A) on image below. Use shape tool to modify, do exactly like the example (B)
(see image below)
Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Fill it with WHITE color. No outline, put it above the shield…..

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Select that white thing, Use interactive Transparency Tool, choose Uniform….. just follow the parameter that shown on image below.

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

 

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

Create Power Shield Using Coreldraw

That’s it Guys!. Hope this tuts can inspiring you to create great vector, and i hope you learn something from this…… see you in next Corel Draw Tutorial

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