The Xara Xone Tutorials Xara Tutorials September 2005
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Keep Your Eye on the Road Xara X1 Tutorial

Searching desperately for a topic for this month's tutorial. I decided to turn my entry in the September Featured Artist Wheels group show into a tutorial, knowing full well it was going to be a long one (40 steps). In fact, I think that next month I will take the finished image and show you how to take it to the next level. But that is next month. So, for this month, I present to you, and eyeball on wheels, or as I have titled it, Keep Your Eye on the Road.

The animation above was created with Xara Modules Cross Fade Effect which seemed appropriate to the subject matter of the image. Xara makes this site possible so it would be nice if you just went to the page and had a look see. Thanks.

Xara's ScreenMaker 3D. It's Fun. It's Easy. It's the Perfect Gift for Your Family, Friends, or Even Yourself!

Xara ScreenMaker 3D animated screen saver imageLooking for the perfect  gift for yourself or anyone on your gift  shopping list? Of course you are unless your name is Ebenezer Scrooge! And how can you go wrong for only $15.00 US?

Xara's ScreenMaker 3D is about as easy to use as anything. But the results look very professional. Like you worked on the effects for days, even months (instead of only a few minutes!) You can find examples of screen savers here. There are some free screen savers you can download as well if you are not feeling creative.

Xara ScreenMaker 3D steps

The graphic above shows just how easy it is to use ScreenMaker 3D. Heck, if you, or your offspring, or your mom or your mother-in-law can use a computer, they or you can create your own screen savers. (Just imagine how much time you will have to work on these tutorials with your significant others occupied making screen savers!) You get the idea. And at $15.00 US, you can afford one for everyone on your shopping list (including you). So click here and you're on your merry way!


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©2005 Gary W. Priester
Tutorials are for private use only. No text or images may be used or reproduced in any form without the express written permission of the author.


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