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Puppet Warp Tool Hides Important Parts of Image When Making Mockups

Explorer ,
Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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Hi everyone, 

I attempted to make a mockup for a competition I was entering. It was partially an illustration from PSD and partly text added from Illustrator. I exported the image to a PNG. For my mockup I used a photo and placed the PNG above it, converted it to a smart object, and applied a layer mask.

 

First I transformed it to approximately fit the package, and then I applied puppet warp to it. When I applied the puppet warp, the left middle area of the image disappeared. When I turned off the smart filter, that area reappeared. 

 

Why couldn't the puppet warp show all areas? Why did it ignore an area? 

 

I had originally tried to create the mockup in Illustrator Beta, but the result was even less satisfying. Only parts of the text were shown, and the image disappeared altogether. 

 

Technical info: 

MacBook Pro M1 Ventura 13.6.3

Adobe Photoshop 2023 (24.7.3)

 

Are there any fixes or workarounds for this? Thanks. 

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Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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Using Puppet Warp as a Smart Filter, the effect is visible in editing mode? However, after confirming the transformation, the effect and content disappear? This is unusual. The only solution that comes to mind is resetting preferences. Ensure you save any unsaved actions and presets before resetting.

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Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

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Yes, that is correct, It is a case of »Now you see it, now you don't«. I've figured out a work-around by duplicated the image, wrapping one, masking part of the other image that was correctly wrapped. It will do in a pinch. 

However, resetting preferences doesn't help. I can understand if the fine typography (in pixels) disappears, but not the whole center. That is strange. 

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