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Applying an image on a curved wall via smart object

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Dec 04, 2022 Dec 04, 2022

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Hi, Just wondering if you can easily apply a graphic to a curved wall via a smart object in Photoshop? I've tried the warping tool and it's impossible to get it right. (See the wall reference image attached, red section.)

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Dec 04, 2022 Dec 04, 2022

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There isn't any automated built-in option, if thats what you want to ask. Things must be done manually by you or someone else.

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Dec 04, 2022 Dec 04, 2022

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Thanks Bojan, This is the best I can do using the warping tool, but very hard to get the image looking right. 
curved wall 2.jpg

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Dec 05, 2022 Dec 05, 2022

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Your grid looks a little off, the lines aren't straight. There are several tools you can try. Vanishing point filter and perspective warp. Try them both - I suggest you look up a tutorial for vanishing point if you have never used it before. It's not straightforward but will for sure work for you here. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/vanishing-point.html


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Dec 05, 2022 Dec 05, 2022

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Thanks Melissa, perspective warp is what I have already used, those lines are impossible to get right as shown in my previous image. I've already tried vanishing point, unfortunately it doesn't support curved corners.

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Have you tried vanishing point indivisually on each wall? It looks like each graphic is on the flat part, not hitting the curve. 

 


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