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Vanishing Point/3D Transform/Perspective in designer?

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I'm trying to figure out how to apply a vanishing point to a specific object to no avail. I remember being able to do it in Illustrator, but since i'm largely unfamiliar with Designer I haven't stumbled upon that option yet. If someone more experienced in the Affinity ecosystem could point me in the right direction I would be eternally grateful to you. I'm trying to give the illusion of depth in a uniform way without having to redesign the object in question. Thanks in advance for the support!:)

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Hi Oldytrom,

 

This isn't possible in Designer just yet It would be possible in Affinity Photo using the Perspective filter however.

 

Thanks

Callum


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Thank you very much Callum! I also have photo so i'll just fix it in post. Now just a quick question, can it be done with objects/paths or does it have to be rasterized?

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Hi OldytroN,

You can apply the live perspective filter (menu Layer ▸ New Live Filter Layer ▸ Perspective Filter) to paths/shapes and they remain editable inside the app but will be rasterised on export. The live filter is raster based - it doesn't affect/change the geometry of the paths.

 

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