Applying a custom warp


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Applying a custom warp

I've saved my progress as Flattened teeth.psd, found inside the 22_warp folder, and I say, let's get warpin'. So I've got my good smile layer selected, those are the flattened teeth themselves. And I am going to press Ctrl+T or Cmd+T on the Mac to invoke the Free Transform mode. And I am going to start by reducing the size of these teeth, and I'm going to Shift+Alt+Drag or Shift+Option+ Drag a corner handle in order to get the teeth about yea big. And what I'm looking for, if you want some guidance here, is a 36% resizing.

So just to make sure that's the case, I am going to turn on the Chain icon up here in the Options bar, and I'm going to change the Width value to 36, like so, and that will change the Height value in kind. Then I'll drag the teeth downwards, so they're more or less in the right position. Then I'm going to move my cursor outside the teeth and rotate them to about a 6 degrees angle right there. And again, just to make sure that we ...

Applying a custom warp
Video duration: 7m 24s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Applying a custom warp provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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