I joined to this enhancement request with a slightly different
proposal, instead of a moving point to clone (which is the actual
behavior) it would be better a full warp deformable cloning area for
the clone tool.
For Domster, here is your solution
1. duplicate the layer
2. Rotate the duplicated layer (or warp transform it)
3. place a mark with the clone tool on duplicated layer
4. select original layer and start cloning.
This is what the enhancement shall do in background
2015-12-23 20:20 GMT-05:00, Domster <for...@gimpusers.com>:
> i need the clone tool very often. In PS you can rotate the cloned part
> starting to use the tool. This is very helpful when for example you want to
> some flashlights in the iris of an eye. I can't find something similar in
> Is there a solution?
> Thank you!
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