Department of Creative Arts
St. Pius X High School

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Tutorial 1 - Coffee Shop Logo 1

 

Create Curved Lines for the Background

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  1. Click File menu New.
  2. Set Units to inches for this assignment.
  3. In the toolbox, open the Curves flyout menu (4th down)
  4. and choose the Artistic media tool Provides access to the Brush, Sprayer, Calligraphic, and Pressure tools..
  5. In the Artistic Media Tool Width box Lets you select the width of the stroke made by the Artistic Media tool.change the 1.0 to 0.08.
  6. From the Preset stroke list box Lets you select a preset stroke for the Artistic Media tool.on the property bar, choose Bulletdoubleout.
  7. On the drawing page, drag the Artistic media tool to draw a slightly curved vertical line.
  8. Click the black color swatch on the color palette to fill it in. (Right Side)
  9. Click Edit Duplicate three times to create three more lines.

 

 

 

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Arrange the Lines of the Background

  1. Select one of the duplicate lines using the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects..
    (Make sure you select the center of the line, so that the property bar displays the properties for objects instead of the properties for the Artistic media tool.)
  2. In the Angle of rotation box Lets you specify the angle of rotation for objects.on the property bar, type -90 and press ENTER.
  3. Drag the rotated line into position so that it crosses the top of the original line.
  4. Select another of the duplicate lines by using the Pick tool.
  5. Type 90 in the Angle of rotation box on the property bar and press ENTER.
  6. Drag the rotated line into position so that it crosses the top of the original line.
  7. Select the last of the duplicate lines using the Pick tool.
  8. Click the Mirror horizontal button on the property bar.
  9. Drag the mirrored line into position so that it completes the square.

 

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Create the Top of the Background

  1. Using the Artistic media too draw a horizontal line with a loop.
  2. Click the black color swatch on the color palette.
  3. Drag the line into position at the top of the background.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Adding Colour using the Bezier Tool

Create the Bezier shape for the background

  1. Open the Curve flyout Lets you access the Freehand, Bezier, Artistic Media, Dimension, and Interactive Connector tools., and click the Bezier tool Lets you draw curves using a connect-the-dots style of drawing..
  2. Click the left corner of the roof to begin creating the shape of the top.
  3. Click the peak of the top, just below the loop.
  4. Click the right corner.
  5. Click once or twice along the line that forms the bottom.
  6. Click the first node you created with the Bezier tool to complete the shape.

Add Colour to the Top

  1. With the Bezier shape still selected, open the Fill flyout Lets you access the Fill color, Fountain fill, Pattern fill, Texture fill, Postscript fill dialogs, and the Color Docker window., and click the Fill color dialog button Lets you access the Fill Color dialog..
  2. Click the Models tab.
  3. From the Model list box, choose RGB.
  4. In the R box, type 102.
  5. In the G box, type 102.
  6. In the B box, type 35
  7. Click OK to fill the Bezier shape with the specified color.
  8. Click Arrange menu Order To back to move the Bezier shape behind the lines of top.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Add the Shapes and the First Colour

  1. Open the Curve flyout Lets you access the Freehand, Bezier, Artistic Media, Dimension, and Interactive Connector tools., and click the Bezier tool Lets you draw curves using a connect-the-dots style of drawing..
  2. Click the top-left corner of the background to begin the shape.
  3. Click the center of the top line.
  4. Click the center of the body.
  5. Click the center of the left line.
  6. Click the first node you created with the Bezier tool to complete the shape.
  7. On the color palette, click the olive color swatch to fill the Bezier shape with the olive color.
  8. Click Arrange menu Order To back to move the Bezier shape behind the lines of the background.
  9. Repeat the steps on the lower-right side of the background to create the second olive square.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Add the Shapes and the Second colour

  1. Open the Curve flyout Lets you access the Freehand, Bezier, Artistic Media, Dimension, and Interactive Connector tools., and click the Bezier tool Lets you draw curves using a connect-the-dots style of drawing..
  2. Click the top-right corner of the background to begin the shape.
  3. Click the center of the top line.
  4. Click the center of the body.
  5. Click the center of the right line.
  6. Click the first node you created with the Bezier tool to complete the shape.
  7. On the color palette, click the deep yellow color swatch.
  8. Click Arrange menu Order To back.
  9. Repeat the preceding steps on the lower-left side to create the second deep yellow square.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Create the Diamond Shape

  1. Using the Rectangle tool Lets you draw rectangles and squares., drag to create a square on a blank area of the drawing. To draw a perfect square, hold CTRL as you draw it.
  2. Click Edit menu Copy.
  3. Click Edit menu Paste to place a duplicate of the square on top of the original square. The topmost square will completely cover the original square.
  4. Click the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects..
  5. Hold down SHIFT, and drag one of the corner selection handles until the square is slightly smaller than the original square. By holding down SHIFT, you are resizing the square from its center.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Add Colour to the Larger Square

  1. Select the larger square using the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects..
  2. On the color palette, click the Ruby Red color swatch.
  3. In the Outline width box Lets you specify the width of an outline.on the property bar, change Hairline to 1.5 and press ENTER to give the square a thicker outline.

Add Colour to the Smaller Square

  1. Select the smaller square using the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects..
  2. Open the Fill flyout Lets you access the Fill color, Fountain fill, Pattern fill, Texture fill, Postscript fill dialogs, and the Color Docker window., and click the Fill color dialog button Lets you access the Fill color dialog..
  3. Click the Models tab.
  4. From the Model list box, choose RGB.
  5. In the R box, type 229.
  6. In the G box, type 255.
  7. In the B box, type 229.
  8. Click OK to fill the Bezier shape with the specified color.
  9. In the Outline width box Lets you specify the width of an outline.on the property bar, type 1.5 and press ENTER to give the square a thicker outline.

 

This is what your drawing should look like after completing the above steps.

Rotate the Squares to Create Diamonds

  1. Select the smaller square using the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects..
  2. Hold SHIFT, and select the larger square. Both squares will now be selected.
  3. Click Arrange menu Group to group the two squares. When objects are grouped, you can manipulate them as a single object.
  4. In the Angle of rotation box Lets you specify the angle of rotation for objects.on the property bar, type 45 and press ENTER. This will rotate the squares to create a diamond shape.
  5. Drag the resulting diamond shape on top of the background. If the diamond shape is too large or too small, resize the diamond by dragging one of the corner selection handles.

 

Add the Coffee Cup Clipart

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To add the coffee cup and banner to the logo, you will import the coffee cup file

First save the following to your N: drive > Tutorial 1
cup.cdr

To import the coffee cup

  1. Click File menu Import.
  2. From the Files of type list box, choose CDR - CorelDRAW.
  3. Navigate to your K: drive
  4. Choose the filename cup.cdr.
  5. Click the Import button.
  6. Position the Import placement start cursor Lets you choose where you want to position an imported file in the drawing window.on a blank area of the drawing page, and click to place the coffee cup graphic.
  7. Drag to center the coffee cup graphic on top of the diamond shape. If the graphic is too large or too small, resize the coffee cup graphic by dragging one of the selection handles.

 

 

Add the banner

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First save the following to your N: drive > Tutorial 1

banner.cdr

  1. Click File menu Import.
  2. From the Files of type list box, choose CDR - CorelDRAW.
  3. Navigate to your H: drive.
  4. Choose the filename banner.cdr.
  5. Click the Import button.
  6. Position the Import placement start cursor Lets you choose where you want to position an imported file in the drawing window.on a blank area of the drawing page, and click to place the banner graphic.
  7. Drag to place the banner graphic below the coffee cup graphic.

 

 

 

Adding Depth

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To make the coffee cup stand out from the rest of the logo, you can add a drop shadow by using the Interactive drop shadow tool. The drop shadow gives the illusion that the coffee cup is floating above the rest of the logo, giving the image more depth.

Adding a drop shadow

  1. Open the Interactive tools flyout and click the Interactive drop shadow tool Lets you apply a drop shadow to an object..
  2. Click the coffee cup graphic.
  3. Drag from the center of the coffee cup graphic to the lower left until the drop shadow is the size you want.

Note: Zooming in can make it easier to set the size of the drop shadow.

 

 

 

Add Text to the Logo

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To make the text follow the curve of the banner, you can use the Bezier tool to create a curved path within the banner and then use the Text tool to add text to the path.

To create a curved path

  1. Open the Curve flyout Lets you access the Freehand, Bezier, Artistic Media, Dimension, and Interactive Connector tools., and click the Bezier tool Lets you draw curves using a connect-the-dots style of drawing..
  2. Click the end of the small line at the left of the banner, a black square will appear. Let go of the mouse button.
  3. Click the end of the small line at the right of the banner, do not let go of the mouse button and drag the mouse until the path takes on the desired curved shape.

To add text to the path

  1. Click the Text tool Lets you type words directly on the screen as artistic text or as paragraph text..
  2. Point to the path you created in the previous procedure. When the cursor changes to the letter A with a curve below it (), click the path.
  3. From the Font list box on the property bar, choose Times New Roman.
  4. From the Font size list box Lets you select a font size.on the property bar, choose 14. Note: Modify size to match your banner
  5. Type The Coffee Shop. The text should follow the curve of the path.
  6. Click the Pick tool Lets you select and transform objects., and select the path under the text
  7. Hit the Delete Key to Remove the line.

 

Save your work

Now that you have finished creating the logo, you can save the file for future use. We will save the file in two formats

To save in corel draw format

  1. Click File menu Save.
  2. From the Save in list box, choose the N: drive and your Unit 1 Folder
  3. In the Filename box, type coffeelogo1
  4. Click Save.

To save in website format

  1. Click File menu Export, choose the N: drive and your Unit 1 Folder
  2. From the File Type menu chooses JPG - JPEG Bitmaps
  3. In the Filename box, type coffeelogo1
  4. Click Export

Upload coffeelogo1.jpg to your Unit 1 Folder

Upload coffeelogo1.cdr to your CDR Files > Unit 1 Folder

 

Using a table post the Original Logo and your coffeelogo1.jpg side by side on the Tutorial 1 page of your Unit 1 Section.

 

Create a link to your coffeelogo1.cdr file under the table.