Saving and loading a mesh file


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Saving and loading a mesh file

All right friends, this is the finished version of Maddalena here inside of the Liquify plug-in and I have made a few modifications since last we spoke but just using the exact same tools I discussed before. So Warp, Pucker, Bloat and the Masking tools are really all you need to get the work done 99.9% of the time. All right, so it's tempting now at this point to just go up here and Click on the OK button in order to apply our settings and that's what we do with just about any filter. This filter, I never ever, ever want you to work that way. I have learned this the hard way. I have got stung several times by this and I do not want you to ever have this problem.

Here is what happens and it happens a lot. You Click OK, the image is modified there inside Photoshop. You go get a cup of coffee, you come back, you look at what you have done and you discover a mistake and you think oh, the land is sloping at a weird angle or this tree is all wiggly or something along those lines. So y...

Saving and loading a mesh file
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Saving and loading a mesh file provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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