Posts tagged "Puppet Warp"

February 17, 2012

Photoshop – Non-Destructive Transformations

Free Transform and Puppet Warp can both be applied to a Smart Object making any changes nondestructive!

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August 23, 2010

Puppet Warp – Hiding Pins

In order to hide the pins while using Puppet Warp, hold down the “H” key. As long as the “H” key is depressed, the pins will be hidden. Release the “H” key to reveal the pins again.

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August 13, 2010

“Stacking” order of Puppet Warp

PSCS5 – When using Puppet Warp to bend and articulate multiple areas (or objects) on a single layer, click the  Pin Depth “stacking” icon in the Options bar or use the [ or ] (right/left brackets) in order to reposition one warped area above or beneath another (visualize an octopus on a layer where you need to cross one arm over another).

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August 12, 2010

“Smart” Puppet Warp

PSCS5 – To use Puppet Warp non destructively, convert the layer(s) into a Smart Object before applying the warp.

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August 11, 2010

Puppet Warp – Rotate Around a Point

PSCS5 -With a point targeted, Option (Mac)/ Alt (Win) + drag to rotate around the point.

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August 10, 2010

Puppet Warp – Mesh Visibility

Toggle the Mesh visibility using the Options bar or by tapping the “H” key.

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August 9, 2010

Puppet Warp

After selecting Edit > Puppet Warp, click on the mesh to add pins to adjust the warp. The more pins you place on the image, the more control you’ll have over the warp. Use the Options bar to set the rigidity of the warp: normal – maintains pixel fidelity, distort is highly elastic and drastically expands or contracts the distortion. To delete a single pin, position the cursor over the pin while holding the Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) key and when the icon changes to a pair of scissors, click to “cut” (delete). Use the Shift key to select and reposition multiple pins simultaneously.

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