Using the Mesh Feature

The mesh is a series of horizontal and vertical gridlines superimposed on the preview window. You can easily see the effects of your distortions while working in an image by turning on the mesh. Although this feature is not necessary to create distortions, it can be helpful for seeing how much distortion you have added. The mesh can be controlled using the View Options section in the Liquify dialog box, shown in Figure 14. A distorted image, with the default medium-size, gray mesh displayed, is shown in Figure 15.


Distortions on the gridlines look similar to isobars on a thermal map or elevations on a topographic map.

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