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post Jun 28 2006, 06:40 PM
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I have an image of a person standing looking directly at me, how could I go about having the image twist as if it is leaning on a wall or looking in an other direction? Going from say a frontal view to a side view?


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post Jun 28 2006, 07:57 PM
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If you are using Photoshop use edit/transform/perspective. Grab a corner or an edge and pull it around to alter the persective. Then adjust the size (don't use the maintain aspect ratio option, let it distort) and just play with it. You've got to be careful cause its easy to distort the hell out of the image and ultimately you can only change the perspective by a certain amount before the image becomes unrecognizable. You could probably get your person image to face you at about a 45 degree angle but if you go totally 90 degrees against the wall its going to look like he's a cardboard cutout. You would need to redraw some parts to give it depth.
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post Jun 28 2006, 10:32 PM
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great thanks caveman......So what creative covers have you been working on or are working at the moment.....you have some amazing stuff


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