Applying Puppet Warp to vectors


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Applying Puppet Warp to vectors

In this exercise we're going to transform and distort the tattoo in order to map it on this guys arm. And as we do, we'll see that things can go a little bit aery when we're applying the new CS5 Puppet Warp function to imported Illustrator graphics. I've save my progress as Placed AI graphic.psd. Here is my Smart Object layer and it's selected by the way. I'm going to change its name to tiger tattoo just so that I know what it is. And now we're going to go ahead and apply the free transform command. Now, when we place this graphic in a first place, we went ahead and scaled it, and now we're going to further scale and rotate it.

If this were an image layer such as the Background layer and we apply two separate phases of scaling, or rotating, or any transformation, then we would incrementally destroy the image. Those would be destructive modifications. However, because we're working with the Smart Object that is not a problem. it's doubly not a problem ...

Applying Puppet Warp to vectors
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Applying Puppet Warp to vectors provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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