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    i got a question about photoshop

    at the end of this clip Feng Zhu (one of the greatest) is rotating his canvias or thumbnail really easly with a simple press of a button, i know how rotate the canvas on photoshop but what does he press to make it do what he is doing in the video to get his perspective lines at the end.

    http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/dvd...zh03_clip.html


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    You actually have a question about Corel Painter.

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    thank you lol i found out how on painter,

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    Not to mention there are both Photoshop and Painter forums, and this... isn't it.

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