Skews and perspective-style distortions


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Skews and perspective-style distortions

Alright now purely for the sake of variety here I have modified a few of the elements inside of this tondo themed image. I have used the hue/saturation command to give the frame something of a gilded appearance. I have colorized the Michael Angelo fresco in the background, I have rotated the hands a little bit, I have modified the face ever so slightly and perhaps most obviously I have switched out the Raphael Cardinal with another Raphael image one of the famous cherubs from the Sistine Chapel and this time around we are going to try out a few of the distortion functions that are available to you when you are working with a Free Transform command.

Now turn your attention for a moment to the Layers palette. You will notice that I have kind of tidied things up a bit. I have put all of the clock face elements inside of the face group and that includes the clock face from Nicolas Belton as well as the Raphael cherub and a little bit of a relief overlay there. And then comes the frame layer which is...

Skews and perspective-style distortions
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Skews and perspective-style distortions provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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