PixelPerfect #48: Warp Factor 9!

Posted in Graphics, Podcasts on December 08, 2008



Photoshop's Warp command transforms layers into a predefined shape. Bert Monroy used it on the glasses in Lunch in Tiberon, here he types the word "Digg" and demonstrates many of the effects you can create with it.

What do you use it for?

Bert Monroy used the Warp command on the drinking glasses in Lunch in Tiburon so the tablecloth seen through the glass would look reali stic.

Bert demonstrates basic effects you can create with the Warp command by typing in the word "Digg," rasterizing the type, then applying the warp tool to it. Thes e basic building blocks will help you understand the Warp command and start towa rds sophisticated uses like those glasses in Lunch in Tiburon.

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