EximiousSoft Banner Maker

The program is a powerful yet easily software for creating banner ads. Web buttons and headers etc. web graphics. It provides a full set of professional image-editing tools and friendly interface to compose GIF, JPG, PNG images.

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Custom Shape Tool

Although EximiousSoft Banner Maker offers more than 5,000 high quality vector design materials. But if you are obsessed with your own creative enthusiasm and wisdom, personally draw the shape that is completely your own. The Banner program also provides sufficient support for such users. The Custom Shape Tool is such a tool that helps you draw unique, creative and personal graphics.

The following procedure describes how such a banner prorgram draw a freeform path.

1Choose "Custom Shape Tool" for drawing

Choose "Drawing" category from main ribbon bar, and then click button .

2Draw first anchor point

Position the Custom Shape Tool where you want the path to begin, and click to define the first anchor point. If want to draw a line segment, do not drag. But to draw a curve segment, hold down the mouse button and drag. Then the first anchor point and first direction line appears.

3Draw a line or curve segment

Draw line segment Draw C-curve segment Draw S-curve segment

Complete to draw a line segment is only to click again where you want the segment end. But for Curve, you need do as following:

  • Drag to set the slope of the curve segment you are creating, and then release the mouse button.
  • To create a C shaped curve, drag in a direction opposite to the previous direction line. Then release the mouse button.
  • To create an S shaped curve, drag in the same direction to the previous direction line. Then release the mouse button.

4Continue to draw

Continue dragging the Custom Shape Tool from different locations to create a series of smooth curve or line segments as previous step.

5Complete drawing a path

Double-click anywhere complete the path. To close the path, position the Custom Shape Tool over the first anchor point. Double click to close the path.