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Grid Warp

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AWESOME!

This is going to be a brilliant addition to my tool box. Thanks pyrochild! :star:

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<drools...then downloads>

Now all we need is anti-aliased selections and a built-in custom brush tool! That means I can ditch photoshop when v4 is released :D

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I've just fixed a fun little bug that prevents you from using this plugin more than once in a session (oops) so anyone who downloaded before now might want to download it again.

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Pretty darn cool ... how about some antialiasing on those mesh lines though? :)

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how about some antialiasing on those mesh lines though? :)

I like it better this way. They tended to get lost in the image when AAd. Maybe I just need new glasses.

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Amazing! I've been looking for this exact effect in order to make 3d animated flags. Getting the image to distort cleanly isn't that easy though. Right on! :D

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I like it better this way. They tended to get lost in the image when AAd. Maybe I just need new glasses.

Fair 'nuff. It's difficult, if not impossible, to find a color or a blend op (e.g. xor) that works with all backgrounds.

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This is fantastic, works great.

I hope I not missing something, But I can hardly see the grid on a dark image

And yes pyro thanks again and million times.

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WOW !!!

PERFECTION !!!

way to go pyro :-)

I'm now going back to an old project I worked on a few months ago and stopped since something like this was missing.

thank you

Avi

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I've downloaded it, but haven't had a chance to try it yet but I'm very excited to try this out. Thanks very much!

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Hat off to you Pyro (and others who make plug-ins). This looks like something I'll enjoy using - thanks so much :smile: .

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This will be useful. I'm so excited to try it out. Thanks, Pyro!

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Hi Pyro

I have been playing around with it for some time now, (WOW) .

but i have to ask for some small things for you to add which are missing (from my point of view).

I don't know how to explain it, so I'll just try :-) hopefully you would pick

what i mean.

I have made a grid of 10x10, and made my warps where and how i wanted them.

now I wanted to make more small changes/adjusments but in a higher grid of 20x20.

In order to do it i must 1st apply the effect to my picture then go back to the effect

with the 20x20 grid.

if i don't apply then changing the grid would erase all the work i did in 10x10 :-(

what is missing from my point of view is.

1. a question box asking are you sure ? before one change the grid and lose its long work.

(what happened to me :-( i pressed the increase grid size button )

2. the option to undo (at least the last change)

3. the ability to apply the current warp effect ONLY to the picture/image in the effect box, enabling the user to continue

warping with a new/same grid over the last warp effect.

THEN when the user is done with all his warping apply the effect to the original image in the PDN.

I hope that you understood me , my English is not the best and so is my age :-)

thank you

Avi

p.s.

The number 3 request is because when I work I have a vision and continuous work in my age keeps me from forgetting

what i want and keeps my line of work flowing the right way.

applying the effect in one grid and getting back to the effect with a new grid makes me forget what i wanted to do .

but i think that in the global people would be happy to be able to warp with as many grids they want

until they are happy with the results and only then apply it to the picture.

thank you and continue to do great plugins that makes us happy :-)

Avi

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Hi Pyro

You haven't comment at all on my lst post, I hope you would say what you think good/bad idea's :-)

since I keep forgetting to press OK before the need to change the grid. I guess I would

learn it some time, but till then i'll be happy if you can help atleast with a popup saying are you sure

before change the grid :-).

Also I was wondering with another thing .

would it be possible to add the option to select a number of "grid dots" and move then together ?

the reason for this is saving the need to make the "same change" in a number of places.

doing it one by one never gets the same results .

for example

1. i have a diagonal line and i want to make some teeth to it like a saw, doing it one by one

takes longer , and each tooth is not the same as the other.

2. I'm making some picture for animation (face image), and i need to make two areas in the image

around the eyes to look like a star is opening, (like morphing) but the changes need to be identical.

if i was able to select the two DOTS (say one above/around each eye) i would be able to move both

then same amount giving me the results i need.

doing them one by one around the eyes , would give me two different effects to around each eye.

3. working in high grid , and selecting a number of dots that aligned with a curve in the image

(like an eyebrow) would enable me to create the effect and keep the curved line in the image.

I hope I wasn't out of line asking for this too ;-)

please let me know what you think of it.

and if you ever plan to make such additions ?

thank you

Avi

p.s.

I'll be happy to hear others too :-)

p.s.2

You got me hooked on this plugin ;-)

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pyrochild, just remember no good deed goes unpunished :)

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Certainly good suggestions but I'm extremely busy with school now.

Hi Pyro and thank you for the answer.

Now be at school its the number one priority !!!

get back to this when you have the time.

I'm not in a hurry in my age so I can wait, but your school can't :-)

thank you very much

Avi

p.s.

Don't take too much time, since i might find more things to post ;-)

p.s.2

based on your plugin history/programming skills , i guess you are one of the top in your class !

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pyrochild, just remember no good deed goes unpunished :)

Hi Rick

I think we can all say the same for you too ;-)

Avi

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Fantastic! I was just about to request this, for use in correcting perspective in photos. The current Perspective plug-in does not work for me, so I always had to do it in GIMP which I can now uninstall .

But I would agree with the poster who said we need an "Undo", at least one level, if not more.

Great stuff, I will make a donation soon.

Thanks,

Mick Berg.

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But I would agree with the poster who said we need an "Undo", at least one level, if not more.

I echo this feature too :)

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