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Creating a Liquify Mesh

You may have noticed the Load Mesh and Save Mesh buttons, located at the top of the Liquify dialog box. A mesh is a predefined Liquify operation. When you activate the mesh option, a mesh or grid is placed over the image, and then as you use the Liquify tools, the mesh distorts and bends. After applying a lot of work to a particular image, it's quite possible you might want to use that exact Liquify on another image. That's where the Load and Save Mesh options come into play. With a click of a button you can create a mesh and use it over and over again.

Create a Liquify Mesh

Open a document.

Select the Layers palette, and then select the layer you want to liquify.

Click the Filters menu, and then click Liquify.

Select the Show Mesh check box.

Use the Liquify tools to adjust the image.

Click Save Mesh.

Enter a descriptive name, such as Fire, or Crashing Waves, for the Mesh.

Click Save.

Click OK.


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