Saving and loading a mesh


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Saving and loading a mesh

At the end of the previous exercise I promised that we are going to take a look at the Push tool and the Mirror tool and the Turbulence tool. Even though I have to tell you something upfront. They are worthless. They really are. You're never ever going to use those tools. Now I could be wrong. Maybe once every decade you are going to use one of those tools. But I would be surprised if you find practical uses for them. But they are pretty interesting, so I want you to see how they work. Before we do that, however, I want to pass along a much more practical piece of knowledge here.

That's the Mesh. It goes to the nature of loading meshes and saving meshes in a whole number. Very, very important stuff. Now I have been fooling around inside of this image a little more during our break, between the videos here. I imagine that you have too, because it's pretty fun, frankly. Now let's see you get to a point where you like what you have done. You like it enough that you are ready t...

Saving and loading a mesh
Video duration: 5m 59s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Saving and loading a mesh 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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