Ask and answer questions and download tutorials

Thousands of tutorials to learn from

Missing_feed

logo wrapping, embossing, engraving?

By Aaron L on 23 May 07:17 8 answers 1657 views 8 comments

I have learned the basic wrap feature in sw2010 and have done my best to sketch logos using lines, arcs, etc. I here however that there is a way to directly import images and sw recognizes the art and creates an embossed feature. I found a link on another site that shows how to do it but I cant seem to get the same buttons and options in my properties manager and could use some help with this.

8 answers

  • Sudhir Gill
    Sudhir Gill over 2 years ago

    :)

    Attachments

    Bhagat.SLDPRT, 180 KB
    Download
    1. Step 1

      Select face and then it's appearance.

      Medium

    2. Step 2

      Click Advanced then.

      Medium

  • Sudhir Gill
    Sudhir Gill over 2 years ago

    if you mean sketch tracer, you will need to enable it in Tools >> addins and when you import a picture under it's feature manager click next for using sketch tracer.

  • Aaron L
    Aaron L over 2 years ago

    Photoworks enabled! basic and advanced tabs now showing. Thank you.

  • Aaron L
    Aaron L over 2 years ago

    ill try this. thanx a million friend

  • Aaron L
    Aaron L over 2 years ago

    Still not getting the advanced/basic tabs to show.

    in the "?" sw help page it says... 'The Advanced tab is only available with the PhotoWorks application. It includes the Illumination , Mapping , and Surface Finish tabs, and additional options in the Color/Image tab. To display the simplified Color/Image interface, click the Basic tab.'

Add your answer to: "logo wrapping, embossing, engraving?"

Save Cancel