Graphics Programs Reference
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Click the Start control point for the fill. Then drag
the Color Picker (to the left of the Color Line) to the
corresponding area in the GIF image. Click the End
control point for the fill, and then use the Color Picker to
sample the corresponding darker area in the GIF image.
Play with the exact colors to enhance them—your client
approves of this action and the GIF's colors are not as
strong as they could be to present a dynamic logo. Click
the Start control point, and then display the Color Editor
(the icon is right next to the Color Picker on the Color
Line). Add saturation, decrease brightness, make the hue
a little warmer. Repeat this for all the objects in your
new composition.
Remove the outline
of the back circle:
with the circle
selected, either
choose None
from the Outline
Width field on the
Standard Bar or
SHIFT -click the Set
'No Color' box
to the left of the
Color Line.
Let's turn the
blue circle into
something more
illustrative now.
With the Circle
selected, choose
the Fill Tool,
choose Circular
from the Fill Type
drop-down list on the Infobar, and then move the Start
point from the center of the circle to just over New York.
Move the End point to an angle at about 4 o'clock.
Add transition colors to the circular fill to make the
circle look like a sphere. The gradient fill control line
should still be visible; double-click along the line to add
two transition colors.
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