On Mon, 2008-02-04 at 08:29 -0700, Michael J. Hammel wrote:
> I've assumed that, like the video tutorial, if I pull the upper left and
> right handles down toward the center of the canvas that I'm setting the
> far end of the perspective view. So a square cloned with the
> perspective clone tool would have it's left and right sides aligned with
> the left and right sides of the perspective box. This is my impression
> of what should happen based on the video tutorial. Is this how it's
> supposed to work?
No, that's not how it's supposed to work and that is also not what the
video tutorial is showing. Perspective Clone allows you to clone objects
in the perspective plane. You are supposed to adjust the plane to match
the perspective of your image. Then you can clone objects in that plane
and their size will be adjusted accordingly.
At some point someone might want to add the possibility to define
multiple different perspective planes and to allow cloning between them.
That would be the logical next step in the evolution of this tool. But
it has not been implemented yet.
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