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    That's a neat little trick. One more photoshop trick that I need to learn!
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    Dang, I don't have warp in my old CS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    Dang, I don't have warp in my old CS.
    Sounds like time for an upgrade
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    Hmm I had time for only a brief play, but Gimp doesn't seem to have an equivalent function (not that my noob skills can find, anyway) but I got a similar effect using Filters>Distort>Polar coordinates.

    Unfortunately it seems to distort the stones into what amounts to a string of sausages, and I didn't have time to blow the thing up to see if it was a problem on a higher zoom. The ratio of wall length to image length determines how much of a full circle it makes.

    I wonder if I'd have any better luck with Inkscape?

    Of course, if Torstan's gonna play with circular walls, I could always sit and wait...
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