To get started with the Puppet Warp Tool you need to select all of the artwork that you want to manipulate using your main selection tool. Then in your main tool bar select the Puppet Warp tool (Looks like a drawing pin) it is situated with the free transform tool.
How do I enable Puppet Warp?
In the Layers panel, select the layer or mask you want to transform. Choose Edit > Puppet Warp. In the image window, click to add pins to areas you want to transform and areas you want to anchor in place. Moving a pin on the puppet mesh.
Why can’t I Puppet Warp?
Puppet Warp cannot be done on a blank layer, so if the option is grayed out, that’s probably why. The Puppet Warp bar contains the following options: Mode – Determines the strength of your adjustments. For large adjustments use Distort and vice versa.
Why is it best to puppet warp an object on its own layer?
As mentioned previously, Puppet Warp works on nearly every type of layer, but it will not work on a background layer. You will also get a better result if the object you want to warp is isolated on its own layer, so that’s what we’ll do now.
How do I use Perspective Warp in Photoshop CC?
- Open the image in Photoshop.
- Choose Edit > Perspective Warp. Review the onscreen tip and close it.
- Draw quads along the planes of the architecture in the image. While drawing the quads, try to keep their edges parallel to the straight lines in the architecture.