photoshop's liquifier

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the most amazing graphic instrument I ever saw is photoshops liquifier: I played around with it and its amazing: just take any picure (say the face of some celebrity) and you can make a funny picture out of it in a few seconds, like changing it's expression, deforming parts... just too cool!

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You never used PowerGoo, eh? That stuff is just so last century, dude Wink
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Kai's Power Goo was much better because it had a more innotive interface and there were many more options of what to do IMNSO Smile
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all these filters are toys ;-)
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Its a shame noone has come out with a plugin to turn the liquifier mesh export into a heightmap or real mesh, then the tool would be more useful.
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igame3d Wrote:Its a shame noone has come out with a plugin to turn the liquifier mesh export into a heightmap or real mesh, then the tool would be more useful.
sound good but it shouldnt be difficult to make the same thing with opengl

you load a texture and display it with a grid of quads
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Danlab Wrote:sound good but it shouldnt be difficult to make the same thing with opengl

you load a texture and display it with a grid of quads

Sure I can do that already, but I can't smoosh around like goo with a brush...yet.
You can kind of do this with Torque's editor though.
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