Duplicating a series of transformations


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Duplicating a series of transformations

I'm still working inside Sign with final type.psd found inside the 22_warp folder. All I have done is draw a rectangle with the Rectangle tool. I've applied that Water style that we created in the previous chapter, and then I went ahead and restored the Fill value to 100%, and as a result we have a single white tooth. In this exercise, we need to duplicate that tooth to create two rows of six teeth each, and then we're going to take all of those teeth, and we're going to flatten the teeth and the layer effects all together. We're going to merge them into a single pixel-based layer, and that will make for a much more predictable effect when we warp the teeth into a smile.

So for starters here, I am going to zoom in on this tooth so that we're seeing it at the 100% Zoom ratio, and I am going to switch to my Black Arrow tool by clicking on it or pressing the A key for arrow of course, and then I'll click on the Path Outline to make it active. So you'll need t...

Duplicating a series of transformations
Video duration: 6m 3s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Duplicating a series of transformations 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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