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How to create "broken splatter affect" Corel X4

How to create "broken splatter affect" Corel X4

How to create "broken splatter affect" Corel X4

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Can anyone help? I use Corel X4 and I need to create an affect that resembles the look of: eraser dust, linestroke & john handy (font styles) I would describe this as a broken splatter affect. I am pretty sure there was something on X4 called "snow affect" although I not totally sure. I can't find it now. Cheers.

RE: How to create "broken splatter affect" Corel X4

Hi rob753,



1. go to "Bitmaps" on your menu bar and convert your object to a bitmap

2. then go back to "Bitmaps" and click on "Creative"

3. then click on weather, your snow along with 2 other effects will be there

3. you may also want to experiment with the effects in "Art Strokes"

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