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Puppet warp to the rescue #34482
03/15/11 02:55 PM
03/15/11 02:55 PM
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Jim Poor Offline OP
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Nothing we could do to keep the uprights upright. There's still some work to do, but this isn't bad for about a minute worth of work.



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Re: Puppet warp to the rescue [Re: Jim Poor] #34493
03/16/11 05:48 PM
03/16/11 05:48 PM
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That is not bad at all! LOL, what is puppt warp??

Re: Puppet warp to the rescue [Re: Jim Poor] #34494
03/16/11 05:51 PM
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It's a new tool in CS5 that basically lets you select a portion of the image and move it like a puppet. You can select rotation points like joints, etc.

Here's a video from back when it was just a "sneak peak:" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nAklIkMy4g


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