Hey whats up? In this video you will learn 2 techniques
using Vanishing Point filter. to start, I’ll make a copy of the layer using Command + J or Windows Ctrl + J. I click the Filter menu, Vanishing Point … This opens the dialog box … So I will make a copy of one of the windows … I need to create plans with the same point of image escape, for it I click this Create Plane tool. I will start by this point. I click ….
Now at this point too … I think here is good at the time of the windows … it …
and here … cool fix up the plan, and it is very important that
it turns blue if it be of another color, red or yellow, it is important to correct …
increase … here … and here …. I think so is perfect … Now, using the Create Plane tool, click
down here and drag, and it’s created such a plan, following the same perspective ….
and with the Create Plane tool, do this plan here as well.
this way could change the 3 sides. If you want to create plans to export
for After Effects, the ideal would be to increase here … and also make plans for all
sides … well, I’ll pack up here …
Now, I’ll fix this window … copying the side window …
for this, I will use this tool called Clone Stamp. Press the mouse button at this point, and
Safe pressioado the Alt key or option. I come to this point that is bad, and keep
the mouse button, and drag the mouse to copy and notice that the copy
It is made following the prospect, so the Vanishing Point is important in these situations ……
that… cool… I click this Heal option.
and will choose Luminance, which is the form of blending pixels.
and still using the Clone Stamp tool, click, safe and trawling in these areas …
and so tail off stains … Luminance with this option it is also possible
make a copy of entire areas, so …. I will return to option Heal / Off … and now I will take the posts …
and realize that here to copy the footer is also done in perspective.
and how low the plan was created, also You can clean the sidewalk.
like this…. OK then as I had a copy of the layer,
notice how was this layer with the windows …. As I said, you can export
grills Vanishing Point Photoshop for After Effects ….. Clicking Filter Vanishing Point,
Note that the grids remain here … Click on this configuration option opens
this menu, and here there are some options interesting….
You have these options for Photoshop …. but my focus is on these … Export to DXF exporting the grid and image
in perspective for Autocad Export to 3DS that also exports the grid
and perspective image to 3D Max and perhaps the most interesting … Export for After Effects … that besides exporting
the grid and the image, animation in After Effects with this feature is very cool, and
I will do so in the near video .. ready… To finish …
I will use this … I will make the plans in Vanishing Point
Click this point ….. and this column
like this… Drag here … so …
I will pull out front …. is when the prospect is not right, the
these plans also not … Command + Z or Ctrl + Z …
I will fix this point …. and in this ….
and now with the Create Plane tool … novamente..faço the plan ..
This is I will put an art in one of the walls ….
I’ll click ok to pick up the art .. create a new layer … Here in this tab, I selected image .. Command + C or Ctrl + C to copy …
back to the file … Abro Vanishing Point ….
and press Command + V or Ctrl + V … I will enable Heal, Luminance mode ..
and drag the art this way …. I think I will stay here …
to increase … caught this Transform tool … and increase art … so …
I think it’s good this size … I will here … so ..
OK.. now in Layer will choose a Blend Layer
that best fits … ready… then that’s it..
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