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    The panoramic effect

    Howdy fellas, back with another newb question.

    I am a tattoo artist.
    I have noticed alot of people using a panoramic effect with the pictures of tattoos they take.

    By this I mean, it will be a combination of pictures which just seem to blend together in a cool way. For example a picture of the front of the forearm, a pic of the side and then a pic of the front.

    All kinda combined into one pic to give a sort of panoramic effect in which you can see all three angles and it gives the effect of a single pic but with all three pics wrapping around the arm...hope that makes sense.
    I'm guessing this process could get qiute complicated.
    I have seacrhed quite a bit with no real good results.
    So any recommendations would be GREATLY appreciated

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    What's the question, how to create a pano in PS?

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    transform tool will do it, but your right, it could get complicated
    Success is a work in progress,never stop trying.

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    Unless he means like skinning the person and laying the skin out flat.....

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    there you go again.......... always thinking like a lizad!
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    Re: The panoramic effect

    That's the first step to make croc shoes..... lol...

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    Lol.....hmmm, maybe it would be easier just to skin them...
    Alot of playing around with the transform tool then huh?

    Welll i just thought i would give it a shot.
    i will find an example and post it because i think my explanation just made things way to confusing...LOL

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    Unless what you meant was like a panel of arm images.....

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-in-cali View Post
    Lol.....hmmm, maybe it would be easier just to skin them...
    Alot of playing around with the transform tool then huh?

    Welll i just thought i would give it a shot.
    i will find an example and post it because i think my explanation just made things way to confusing...LOL
    If the tatoos don't go around the arm , you need the clone stamp tool to clone the surrounding skin and make a flat"hide"...

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    Re: The panoramic effect

    Double post....

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