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How to Warp an Illustration 2. Use the Warp effect dialog. Click on "Effect" on the menu bar and then "Warp" to view the warp options that are available. You can choose from Arc, Arc Lower, Arc Upper, Arch, Bulge, Shell Lower, Shell Upper, Flag, Wave, Fish, Rise, Fisheye, Inflate, Squeeze, and Twist. With fifteen different ways to warp an illustration, we can't go through them all, but we can show you Balenciaga Bag how to use the effect.

4. Warp with the Fish effect. Click "Fish" from the subset of the "Warp" menu selection. Balenciaga Outlet The "Warp Options" dialog will appear. Click the "Preview" box so you can see the way your artwork changes based on your selections. Every warp style has the same options: Orientation (Horizontal or Vertical), Bend, and Distortion (Horizontal and Vertical).

5. Choosing other warp styles. With the "Warp Options" box, changing the style of warp you Balenciaga Handbags use is easy. With your artwork selected, use the "Style" combo box to choose a different option.

You can show an illustrator how to warp an illustration a different way too. This time we'll use the Warp tool from the Adobe Illustrator toolbox. This tool is a lot like "liquefy" in Photoshop because it bends paths as you manipulate objects. What makes this tool unique is that it automatically adds points to your paths so you can easily work with objects after they are warped. To demonstrate this, we will start with a colored rectangle.

1. Select your artwork. Using the selection tool from the Adobe Illustrator toolbox, select the artwork you wish to warp.

2. Use the warp tool. You can also access the warp tool by simultaneously pressing and or by selecting it from the toolbox. If you want to change the settings for the tool, double click on it and you will see the "Warp Tool Options" window.

Here you can change the dimensions of your brush and modify the intensity of the warp. You also have "Detail" and "Simplify" sliders that govern the spacing of points added by the warp tool and how smooth the distortions are when applied. For this example, we will ratchet up some of these setting so that you'll be able to easily see the action of the warp tool. Use the following settings: