Creating a Button in Creo Sketch

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Creating a button in Creo Sketch

This tutorial aims to demonstrate some basic sketching functionality of Creo Sketch 1.0 F000. The tools used are Airbrushing, Fill Colors, Layer Management.

  1. Create Circle.
  2. Duplicate and Scale the Circle twice.
  3. Fill the inner circle with the colors RED on the "RED" Paint Layer.
  4. Fill the inner circle with the colors BLUE and BLACK on the "BLUE" and "BLACK" Paint Layer respectively.
  5. On the "Shading-01" Paint Layer, Airbrush inside the circel with Black and White Colors. This will give a sense of depth to the image.
  6. Airbrush the region between the outer two cirlces with Black and White Colors to give an effect of a chamfer.
  7. Copy by linking the Layers "BLUE" and "Shading-01". Paste it to a new layer.
  8. Move the Blue button to the side of the previous button.
  9. Repeat this with the Layers "BLACK" and "Shading-01".
  10. Now Hide the Layers "BLUE" and "BLACK" to show all the 3 colored buttons.

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