The Cubist effect groups similarly colored pixels into squares, creating an image that resembles a Cubist painting.
To apply the Cubist effect
1 Select the bitmap with the Pick tool.
2 Click Bitmaps, Art Strokes, Cubist.
3 Move the Size slider to set the size of the squares.
4 Move the Brightness slider to set the amount of light in the image.
5 Click the Paper color picker, and choose a color.
• The Cubist effect supports all color modes except 48-bit RGB, 16-bit Grayscale, Paletted, and Black-and-White.
^ • You can also choose a color for the paper by clicking the Eyedropper tool and choosing a color from the Drawing Window.
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