How to Create a Vintage Circus Poster with the Photoshop Puppet Warp Tool
I've marveled at the Puppet Warp Tool in Photoshop for quite some time, but I've never actually used it. Not that I didn't understand how, it was just that I never had the need. So I decided to sit down and create a concept that would utilize this tool in a cool way, that would be fun and interesting. The result is this tutorial on creating a vintage style circus poster design.
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