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perspective

RE: perspective

(OP)
so the link also doesn't work if you click on it...you'll need to copy and paste it into your browser's address bar...sorry for the inconvenience...your help is really appreciated

RE: perspective

(OP)
so it does work after all...i feel really stupid

RE: perspective

(OP)
like i said in the first thread, i want to make some polygons look like they lie in front of me...just like in the picture...(if you're lucky you can see it in the beggining of the thread...if not you'll have to copy and paste http://www.geocities.com/sharifsucks/wg_top_title_hex.gif into your browser .....why? because i tried clicking on it and i got this "page not available" sign from geocities, that's why you need to copy paste it :))

hope that makes sense

thank you...thank you for trying to understand me...

sharifsucks

RE: perspective

in illustrator make a polygon..right click on it and choose transform> reflect> choose angle and try about 15 percent..see what happens..and go from there..would be alot easier to create that effecrt in photoshop though..

anyways, good luck..



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