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bending objects in corel

Discussion in 'Corel' started by amp267, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. amp267

    amp267 Member

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    im trying to bend a long rectangle to give it a 65 degree turn, while maintaining its thickness. please see attached file. is there an easy way to do this. i know the hard way, i was just wondering if there is a simple way. i also want to keep the bend circular if that makes sense
     

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  2. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    Draw it as a single line with the 65 degree turn included. Set the outline to match the thickness of the rectangle you wanted to bend.
    Convert the outline to object (Ctrl shift Q)

    wayne k
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  3. amp267

    amp267 Member

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    i know this might sound dumb, but how do i draw a single line with 65 degree turn in it. i know how to do the rest
     
  4. Air Art Girl

    Air Art Girl Very Active Member

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    just use the bezier tool to draw the shape then thicken the line to desired thickness.
     
  5. amp267

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    thanx to both of you, i got it now. i was having a brain **** or something
     
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