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1 Adobe Photoshop CS Design Professional AN IMAGE LIQUIFYING

2 Chapter M2Liquifying an Image Use the Liquify tools to distort an image Learn how to freeze and thaw areas Use the mesh feature as you distort an image Chapter Lessons

3 Chapter M3Liquifying an Image Use the Liquify feature to modify images 12 tools in the Liquify feature are available to modify an image –10 distortion tools –2 non-distortion tools Distorting Images

4 Chapter M4Liquifying an Image Use to make parts of an image appear as if it has been melted Apply the nine Liquify distortions with a brush –Modify brush size and pressure Using the Liquify Feature

5 Chapter M5Liquifying an Image Freezing and Thawing Use the two non-distortion tools for freezing and thawing areas within the image Freezing –Protects an area from editing Thawing –Thaws a frozen area to permit editing

6 Chapter M6Liquifying an Image Use the Liquify Tools to Distort an Image Using the Liquify Dialog Box Apply distortions to any rasterized layer Contents of the active layer appear in a large preview window in the Liquify dialog box

7 Chapter M7Liquifying an Image Opening the Liquify Dialog Box Select the layer containing the items to distort Click Filter on the menu bar Click Liquify

8 Chapter M8Liquifying an Image Liquify Dialog Box Liquify Tools

9 Chapter M9Liquifying an Image Liquify Example Before After Twirl Clockwise Tool Pucker Tool Bloat Tool Twirl Counter Clockwise Tool

10 Chapter M10Liquifying an Image Liquify Tools

11 Chapter M11Liquifying an Image Warp Tool Example Warped Fingertips

12 Chapter M12Liquifying an Image Learn how to Freeze and Thaw Areas Controlling Distortion Areas Use the Freeze and Thaw Tools in the Liquify dialog box to: –Freeze areas within an image so that Liquify tools leave them unaffected –Thaw frozen areas and then edit them

13 Chapter M13Liquifying an Image Freezing Image Areas To selectively freeze areas –Paint them with a pointer By default, frozen areas are painted in red A different color for frozen areas can be applied

14 Chapter M14Liquifying an Image Frozen Image Example Blue area is frozen and not affected by distortions to other areas

15 Chapter M15Liquifying an Image Reconstructing Distortions Individual distortions made with the Liquify feature do not appear in the History palette –These distortions cannot be undone Use the History palette to delete the effects of an entire Liquify session Reconstruct using one of eight reconstruction modes

16 Chapter M16Liquifying an Image Reconstruction Example Before After Smooth Mode Loose Mode Stiff Mode Rigid Mode

17 Chapter M17Liquifying an Image Reconstruction Methods Click Revert in the Liquify dialog box Choose the Revert mode, then click Reconstruct in the Liquify dialog box Click the Reconstruct Tool, choose the Revert mode, then drag the brush over distorted areas in the Liquify dialog box

18 Chapter M18Liquifying an Image Reconstruction Methods Click the Cancel button in the Liquify dialog box Make distortions in the Liquify dialog box, then drag the Liquify state to the Delete current state button on the History palette

19 Chapter M19Liquifying an Image Reconstruction Modes

20 Chapter M20Liquifying an Image Use the Mesh Feature as you Distort an Image Turn on the mesh to see the effects of distortions Definition of the mesh: –Series of horizontal and vertical gridlines superimposed on the preview Control the mesh using the View Options section in the Liquify dialog box

21 Chapter M21Liquifying an Image Image with Mesh Showing

22 Chapter M22Liquifying an Image Changing Mesh Display Modify the appearance of the mesh: –Display mesh in another color –Display mesh in larger or smaller gridlines

23 Chapter M23Liquifying an Image Modified Mesh Display

24 Chapter M24Liquifying an Image Visualizing Distortions View gridlines while making distortions –Check if symmetrical objects have equally symmetrical distortions

25 Chapter M25Liquifying an Image Viewing Distortions Distort imagery with companion layers visible Two methods: –Select the Backdrop check box in the Liquify dialog box, then select which layers should be visible with the selected layer –Click the highest layer on the Layers palette, click the Layers palette list arrow, then click Merge Visible

26 Chapter M26Liquifying an Image Chapter M Tasks Use Liquify tools to distort images Control distortion areas with freezing and thawing Use reconstruction tools to reconstruct distortions Apply the mesh feature to monitor distortion effects

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