A deformation plugin for Photoshop/Elements

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Jerry Noftsger
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A deformation plugin for Photoshop/Elements

Postby Jerry Noftsger » Thu Nov 09, 2006 7:57 pm

My previous laptop performed it's final crash last week. With it, I lost an Elements plugin that allowed one to deform photos. It was a simple program that worked quite well for me.

A tool bar runs down the left side of the screen. It's two primary "buttons" were one to blow-up/expand the selected area, and one to shrink/deflate the selected area. And the area to be effected could be determined by a S"strength" bar on the right of the screen.

Other functions included a finger/dragging tool, a magnifier, and an un-do command.

I don't recall whether that was freeware or not, but I believe I purchused it via the internet.

Can someone perchance tell me what the name of that program is?
I would appreciate it very much. It was quite good at making simple
caricatures.

Sincerely,


Jerry Noftsger Jernof@msn.com
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Re: A deformation plugin for Photoshop/Elements

Postby MEL810 » Sat Dec 02, 2006 4:21 am

Jerry Noftsger wrote:My previous laptop performed it's final crash last week. With it, I lost an Elements plugin that allowed one to deform photos. It was a simple program that worked quite well for me.

A tool bar runs down the left side of the screen. It's two primary "buttons" were one to blow-up/expand the selected area, and one to shrink/deflate the selected area. And the area to be effected could be determined by a S"strength" bar on the right of the screen.

Other functions included a finger/dragging tool, a magnifier, and an un-do command.

I don't recall whether that was freeware or not, but I believe I purchused it via the internet.

Can someone perchance tell me what the name of that program is?
I would appreciate it very much. It was quite good at making simple
caricatures.

Sincerely,


Jerry Noftsger Jernof@msn.com
515-283-1262

I


Don't know Elements but it sounds like the "Liquify" command in PS.
Also, Almathera has a filter called "A Warper"
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Postby lvich » Sat Dec 02, 2006 3:54 pm

This is NOT a plugin! You get to the Liquify filter in Photoshop Elements 2 by choosing, Filter, Distort, Liquify. It may be in a different location in more recent versions of PE.

Linda


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