Emphasizing a Zipper distortion in a specific area

You can emphasize a Zipper distortion in a specific area of an object.

Emphasizing the points of a Zipper distortion.

Emphasizing the points of a Zipper distortion.

To emphasize a Zipper distortion in a specific area of an object

I Open the Interactive Tools flyout, and click the Interactive Distortion tool.

2 Select the object whose zipper distortion you want to localize.

3 Ensure that the Zipper Distortion button is enabled on the Property Bar. The button is enabled when it appears pressed.

5 Drag the reposition handle to the area of the object where you want the zipper distortion to be more pronounced.

The Twister distortion turns an object around itself. When you apply a Twister distortion to an object, the point at which you click becomes the center of the distortion, which can be also identified by a diamond-shaped handle. The center is fixed while one end of the object is wound around this fixed point. A dashed line, the Horizontal Line Of Origin, extends from the center of the object. This line measures the amount of Twister distortion in degrees you apply as you drag the rotation handle in either a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. One full rotation is 359 degrees.

CorelDRAW also lets you adjust the rotation of Twister distortions. For example, you can change the number of degrees you've rotated an object, as well as the direction of the rotation.

When you create a Twister distortion you like, you can copy it and apply it to other selected objects. If you don't like the distortion, you can remove it without deleting the object.

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