Transform Tools – Warp, Distort, and Liquify

Posted on 2012/01/25 at 09:00 by daarken 8 Comments

There are many tools in Photoshop that can help you change your painting without having to completely repaint entire areas. The warp, distort, and liquify tools are great for making changes or even experimenting to come up with different ideas.

8 Comments on "Transform Tools – Warp, Distort, and Liquify"

  1. Judy · 2012/01/25 at 17:02 · Reply

    Thanks a lot Daarken for another useful tutorial:)

  2. todd kowalski · 2012/01/25 at 21:54 · Reply

    Thanks a Lot Daarken! This is helpful.

  3. Kelvin · 2012/01/26 at 01:40 · Reply

    Hey Daarken! Have been following you for months now and learnt a whole lot of stuff from your tutorials alone. Though if it isn’t too much too ask, I realise you do alot of your paintings from greyscale as a base. So is it possible to do a tutorial on how you add colours on top of them?

    Yet again, great stuff you’ve got going around! Love your latest mass effect 3 painting as well!

    • daarken
      daarken · 2012/01/26 at 09:07 · Reply

      Thanks! Yup, I will be doing that in the future.

      • Kelvin · 2012/01/27 at 06:20 · Reply

        Thanks! That’s really great news :) Keep the awesomeness coming ;)

  4. Daniel Sarbani · 2012/01/27 at 09:22 · Reply

    Thank you Daarken! This is exactly what I’ve Been Looking For.

  5. Max · 2012/01/29 at 13:24 · Reply

    If you want to use the Distort tool you could instead of navigating through the menu, use ctrl+t and then ctrl+left click the points you want to drag.

    • daarken
      daarken · 2012/01/29 at 14:29 · Reply

      Thanks for the info! I usually like to try and show people the long way of finding things through menus because it is easier for people to understand and remember instead of trying to remember a lot of different shortcuts. That is a great shortcut though, thanks for sharing.

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