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  1. Digitalclips

    Puppet Warp

    Hi guys and gals I asked during beta testing if puppet warping was available and it wasn't at the time and I wonder if this is here or close? I have the latest version and don't see anything like it yet but maybe I simply can't find it. Distortion or adding a warp mesh are not what I mean. I refer to the ability to place a cut out figure or shape, place on a background and realistically manipulate parts of it. For example to move an arm slightly as in Photoshop's Edit/Puppet warp feature. This is the last feature I really, really miss from PS. It requires a mesh on the actual shape not a overlaid grid as that causes too much distortion. Thanks
  2. Is there any chance of a tool like puppet warp being implemented like in photoshop and illustrator? This could be very useful to edit illustrations in preparation for animation and just general adjustments to shapes. I used this tool a lot when I had adobe software.
  3. Deform filter seems to be the equivalent of Puppet Warp in Photoshop. It's really good but unfortunately it's not a live filter so it's not editable once you apply it. In Photoshop you can edit this filter after you apply it or remove it from the layer if you wish.
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