Perspective grid not working

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Jun 08, 2022 Jun 08, 2022

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Why is the perspective grid working for text objects but not image objects?

I couldn't place the image.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022
What you need to do: Draw a rectangle that has the same dimensions as your image. Drag in into the perspective grid on the position you want Make sure it is on top of the image Select the image and the rectangle and apply the rectangle as an envelope: Object > Envelope > Make with top object. Afterwards neither of them will be part of perspective grid.

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Moving thread to the Illustrator forum from Using the Community

 

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Can you guide me? I don't know how to do it... 

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It's working for vector objects. Is that image a placed vector file? In that case: embed it.

Raster files will only work with workaounds, but then still not be a part of the perspective grid

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Can you guide me? I don't know how to do it... 

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yes, now it's working. but if I use the image trace to change the vector file I face a color-changing issue I don't want to change the object's color.?

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What you need to do: Draw a rectangle that has the same dimensions as your image. Drag in into the perspective grid on the position you want

Make sure it is on top of the image

Select the image and the rectangle and apply the rectangle as an envelope: Object > Envelope > Make with top object. Afterwards neither of them will be part of perspective grid.

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