*Without using the warp mode
Since someone asked about this in a WIP thread I figured there might be some that don't know about this feature. So hopefully, if you're new to Photoshop this might be of some help.
I tried looking for a similar tutorial but there didn't seem to be anything like this. Sorry if this is a double post thing.
Very useful tutorial. A big timesaver, thank you Thamupp !
So that's how it's done. Thanks for posting, I will need this trick for my maps.
Nice tutorial. I just wanted to say that it also work with Illustrator and he is better to handle vectors.
A very nice tutorial.
Some of it I already knew(the path following), but other parts were new to me(small caps? I guess I never touched that button).
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