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I really need to explore Affinity Photo's warp functions more, and I don't think I knew about the live perspective filter. I am so use to Designer. I will say, however, that I do miss Photoshop's puppet warp. I don't know if there would be an alternative workaround to have objects or a selection actually bend. For example, to make a person standing straight look like he's in a fetal position.


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Hi bleduc,

The closest tool we have to the Puppet Warp command in Adobe Photoshop is  Affinity Photo Deform filter under menu Filters ▸ Distort ▸ Deform. Photoshop’s implementation is more advanced/powerful so don't expect the same level of control but it may be useful for basic adjustments. Click over the image on canvas to add control points.

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Thanks for the tip.


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I absolutely love this feature in Photo but I wish it was in Designer.  Please move this to the top of the list in Designer.  Let me give you a real world scenario.  I want to create a box and put the label I designed for it.  Certainly I can create the box in Photo and create the sides and shade and add noise.  But once I'm in Photo the vector looks pixellated and I can't create the effect I want with the inked-in look that I want (adding blend types and noise etc).   So right now I am forced to do this type of thing in Illustrator.

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