Hello: Level: Newbie OS: Windows 7 64bit PS:CS6
So, I have been searching the manual for the answer to no avail. Believe it or not I do often find what I need in the user manual. Just don't want you all to think I come run'n here first to have someone esle do my work/research )
I cannot currently recall how ... but in Inkscape I remember that when I wanted to flip an object and it lost its shape that I could do something like go under Path and Convert to Object or something to that affect (I took Inkscape off my pc to make room or I would go check).
I made a Fork at an angle which I've decided I don't like (it took me forever to get it just right), and when I change its placement it looks quite odd and loses its proper perspective/shape.
Does anyone know what I am trying to say? LOL ...
Is there an easy fix to my problem?
Thank You for your time
Without a little more detail I'd say one or some of the Edit - Transform features might be what you're looking for.
There's also a perspective aware tool in the Filter menu called Vanishing Point, where you can do things like perspective-aware cloning. I once used it to fix a missing bow portion on a set of statues of archers all in a row, for example. You can also do things like create new windows, etc. with it.
Thank you Noel.
I will try that out & let you know how it goes for me. I think I'll give the Vanishing Point under Filter a go.
Also, I will come back 2mar'o & post a pic of the fork in the first perspective I made and then an other of how it looks when I try to move it to where I've decided I want it placed.
Too tired 2nite. Need a pc break
JJ, that's not actually what I need to accomplish but thank you for your time. But it's my fault. I should have mentioned that I am Rotating the Fork and when I do it loses it's shape.
Thanx again to you both
Here are two pics of the fork. The first is how I drew it with the Pen tool and the second is how it looks after I have Rotated it. I understand the Layer Styles don't look the same because it's at a different angle. However, I was just wondering if there's something I can do so that when I change an Objects angle it will retain its shape.
I suppose I may have to just redraw the fork at the angle I decided I want. I would use the path tool to move the handles around but while making this I was unable to use the Dodge or Burn tools unless I Rasterized the Layer. Is that "Normal" ??
Noel, I haven't had a chance to try out your suggestions yet.
As always, thank you for your time
Still haven't gotten to Noels suggestions but I will and will come back to let people know how things worked out. Just been super busy. In the interim and I just redrew the fork and changed the angle of the Gradient Overlay.
It may be a bit before I can get back but I will in case someone in the future has the same question.
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