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Chasys Draw IES Help:


Liquify Tool
 

 

Also known as the Image Warping Tool, the Liquify tool is a photo retouching tool that allows you to push, pull, pucker, bloat and distort the pixels in an image for photo retouching purposes. It allowing you to perform digital nips and tucks such as modifying the bodies of models to make them slimmer or more curvaceous, editing people's postures, turning frowns into smiles, making their noses longer, etc. You can also use this tool to create a caricatures from photographs.

Action

Warp

This option warps the image by pulling or pushing pixels when you use the left mouse button. It progressively restores the pixels when you use the right mouse button. In the example below, we’ve given the kitten a smile, narrow flappy ears and a narrow face. You can do the same thing to people.


Bloat

This option increases the size of image features by bloating pixels when you use the left mouse button. It progressively restores the pixels when you use the right mouse button. In the example below, we’ve increased the size of the kitten’s eyes.


Pucker

This option reduces the size of image features by puckering pixels when you use the left mouse button. It progressively restores the pixels when you use the right mouse button. In the example below, we’ve reduced the size of the kitten’s eyes.


 

 

These are the Tool-box, Palette and Layers windows, respectively. For help on how to use them, consult the User Interface article.

 

 

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