Blending Images Using CorelDraw

how to blend images using CorelDraw X3

Blending two or more  images is quite simple using CorelDraw. In this post, I will illustrate how I was able to merge two images  using the interactive transparency tool. 

Coreldraw images
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1. Create a new page (Click ‘File’ and then ‘New’)
how to merge pictures using CorelDraw
2. Get  your images from your file using the ‘Import’ command. (See Figure 1)
3. Put the second image on top of the first one. (or vice versa depending on your desired result).
4. Select (click)  the image on top and click Interactive transparency tool. (See Figure 2)  
5. Apply the transparency by dragging the arrow from right to left (or vice versa).
6. Make the necessary blending adjustment by moving the lever from left to right or vice versa. (See figure 3) 

using interactive transparency tool to blend
adjusting the coreldraw blend



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Ric said...

Thanks a lot!

Amanda Trought said...

Ric Thanks for the lesson, you make it very easy to understand, which version of Corel Draw were you using? Amanda

Ric said...

I use CorelDraw X3 for now... Thanks Amanda!

Phioxee said...

wow parang andali lang. hehehe.

just me,

Ric said...

Yes, madali lang kapag sanay na sa CorelDraw...pero madali ang corel compared sa Adobe Photoshop para sa akin. Thanks for the visit!

Lynn Pwakly Laori said...

Nice Tip, Thanks.

Seun Sofoluwe said...

Thanks a lot. I have needed this tip for a long time.

Cindy Dy said...

I enjoy most of your articles,the articles are so nice for readers.


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