I need to create a 4x4 "photo frame" that holds 16 images. The finished product will be 46" x 47" and it needs to look like darkened, burnished copper. I am new to Adobe (a Corel convert) and cannot find a tutorial for this. I thought I could build a table or grid and then manipulate the lines (Corel-style) but I cannot even figure out how to draw a table or grid... Am a newbie... Sorry.
If someone knows of a tutorial or can help me figure out how to do this I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
I suspect you won't find one for copper, but you might search for other metal as a start and then adapt the methods.
Thank you for the suggestion. I tried to do that, but what I got was a rectangle set to be dimentional with node points, no place to enter info.
I my have misspoken about the image being 3D -- I want the finished product to look like an empty multi-picture photo frame that we can slide images into and change out easily. I want the frame to look like it is in front of the images -- like with beveled edges. I built a grid with lines set to 100 pts. It's in black. I am still trying to figure out how to bevel the edges of the line (easy in Corel but the interface is so differrent!). Then I need to find a skin. Again,l I know I am talking in Corel-talk, not Adobe. So sorry.