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    Paso 2

    Dentro del rectangulo dibuja 3 formas mas pequeas como se muestra.

    Paso 3

    Usa buscatrazos para cortar un borde de el rectangulo para que solo las esquinas superiors

    tengan las puntas redondeadas.

    Paso 4

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    Coloca la forma en el fondo, duplica y coloca la vercion rotada de la forma en la parte

    superior.

    Paso 5

    Continua usando formas simples para componer las porciones del control. Para hacer lacruz de direccion encima dos rectangulos y unelos con el boton que se encuentra en la

    ventana Buscatrazos.

    Paso 6

    Dependiendo de la forma en la que estes trabajando, hacer una version mas pequea o mas

    grande de la forma no es tan simple como reducer o agrandar el tamao. En el caso de lacruz de direccion. Si solo copias y pegas y agrandas no quedar un espacio igual entre las

    formas. Usando la siguiente tecnica es facil crear una version mas pequea de una formacompleja.

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    Selecciona el objeto y ve a Objeto>Forma>Desplazamiento de forma escribe la cantidad

    de Desplazamiento Offset que quisieras y presiona aceptar.

    y Si estas trabajando en un version anterior, aumenta el puntaje del trazo de la forma,despues ve a:

    Objeto>Expandir Relleno y Trazo activados>Aceptar.

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    Paso 7

    Give offset to the rectangle, around the two middle buttons and the circles on the right.

    Da Offset a el rectangulo, que esta alrededor de los dos botones medios y a los circulos en

    la derecha.

    O usa el paso anterior (Expandir).

    Paso 8

    Repite lo mismo con el rectangulo atras de los rectangulos pequeos..

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    Paso 9

    Usa degradado de rojo a blanco, rellena los circulos como se muestra. Nota que el

    degradado debe tener tres puntos: blanco, rojo y rojo oscuro

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    Step 10

    Give the background of the controller a grey to black gradient. Be sure to use a rich black

    and not a grayscale black. Rich black is the color black that is comprised of "R,"G

    ," and"B" values. To take it one step further, use a zero value for "R," G," and "B."

    Note: If this illustration were going to be printed at a printing facility you would use aCMYK model. Rich black for that model would be C=40, M=30, Y=20 and K=100. The

    chart below shows a rich black color model for RGB artwork.

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    Step 11

    Make the arrows that go on the dpad by using simple shapes. Use the Star Tool to make the

    triangle.

    TIP: Adjust the number of points on the Star Tool by pressing the up or down arrow whileyou draw the star.

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    Step 12

    Align your shapes vertically and click Add to Shape Area, as indicated below, followed by

    clicking Expand.

    Step 13

    Place the arrows over the dpad. Use the Align Palette to ensure everything is perfectly lined

    up.

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    Step 14

    Give the inner-most rectangle and two buttons an inner glow by going to Effect > Stylize >

    InnerGlow

    Make sure the fill color of the two buttons is light enough so the inner glow is visible. Also,ensure you select Multiply for Mode.

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    Step 15

    Do the same thing for the inner-most circle on the other buttons.

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    Step 16

    And again on the arrows, alter the Opacity and Blur to fit each element you are adding an

    InnerG

    low to.

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    Step 17

    To quickly create highlights on the edge of the arrows, first select all four arrows and

    merge them in the Pathfinder using the Add to Shape Area option. After that, duplicate thearrows and stagger them as shown below. Select both sets of arrows and again click

    Subtract from Shape Area followed by Expand.

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    Step 18

    To add to the overall realism of the controller, we'll add a reflection to the dpad. Draw a

    rectangle and rotate it slightly. Layer the rectangle over the dpad, select both shapes andclickDivide in the Pathfinder. Go to Object > Ungroup. Delete the leftover shapes around

    the outside of the dpad.

    Step 19

    Give both halves of the dpad a subtle gradient. Remember to use a rich black instead of agrayscale black.

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    Step 20

    Add some text of your choosing. In order to give text a gradient you will first need to selectthe text and go to Type > Create Outlines. Now, fill the text with a gradient of your

    choosing.

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    Step 21

    Create the highlight over the buttons in the same manner that we did for the highlight onthe dpad arrows. Start by overlapping two circles.

    Step 22

    Place the highlight over the buttons and adjust their Opacity to about 50%.

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    Step 23

    To make an intense highlight on the bottom of the button we'll start by drawing an Ellipseusing the Ellipse Tool (L.)

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    Step 24

    Go to Object > Envelope Distort > Make with Warp Select Arc from the Style drop

    down and enter a negative value for the Bend. Click OK.

    Step 25

    Use the Direct Selection Tool (A) to fine-tune the handles and points of the shape.

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    Step 26

    We can create a realistic drop shadow for the objects by blurring a shape that is similar to

    the object that we'd like to create a shadow for. Make a shadow for the two buttons in themiddle by blurring a rounded rectangle by going to Effect > Blur > Gaussian Blur.

    TIP: Make sure your artwork is at the scale you'd like it to be at before you apply any blur

    effects as blur effects do not scale regardless of any options you select in Illustrator'sPreferences.

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    Step 27

    Place the shadow behind the buttons, set the mode to Multiply and adjust the Opacity to

    about 50% (in the Transparency Palette).

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    Step 28

    Create highlights and lowlights for the top and bottom of the controller by using the basic

    controller shape as a starting point.

    Layer two shapes on top of each other and in the Pathfinder Palette select ExcludeOverlapping Shape Areas followed by Expand. If you need to break the shapes up after

    that, Select Divide then go to Object > Ungroup.

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    Step 29

    Place the highlight at the top and the lowlight at the bottom. Give each shape a tenuousgradient.

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    Step 30

    To create the impression of a recessed area, give the shape highlighted below a slight

    gradient that is darker on the top.

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    Step 31

    To make the video game cartridge use rectangles that have been merged together as a

    starting point.

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    Step 32

    Use the rounded corner rectangle as we did in several previous steps to create the more

    detailed areas.

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    Step 33

    To easily create a pattern of multiple rectangles simply draw two rectangles and place themthe desired distance apart.

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    Step 34

    Select both rectangles and go to Object > Blend > Blend Options Select Specified Steps

    and enter a number of around 20. Click OK.

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    Step 35

    Go to Object > Blend > Make and the result will produce something similar to the imagebelow. In order to continue to edit the shapes you will need to go to Object > Expand.

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    Step 36

    Give the cartridge a radial gradient.

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    Step 37

    The label will also need a simple grey to white gradient.

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    Step 38

    Give the triangle an inner glow by going to Effect > Stylize > InnerGlow

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    Step 39

    Add a hairline (thin) stroke to the triangle by using the Stroke Palette.

    Step 40

    Select the pattern of rectangles and apply a slight gradient to them too.

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    Step 41

    Give the impression of depth by duplicating the rectangle pattern and filling it with a darker

    gray color. Since we're not going for an intense black, you do not have to worry about usingrich black.

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    Step 42

    Select the rectangle that's near the top ed