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    Perspective Grid in Ps

    I was wondering if there is a feature in ps for a fast (vector based) perspective grid/guide. Wich can be out on an extra layer to check perspective.

    Atm i would just draw straight horzontal/vertical lines and use Strg+T. So i was basically wonderin if there is an faster/easier way to do it.

    Nils~

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    Try this. You don't have to do it this way, but it's a very common method that works well.

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    not sure if this is what you mean but i made this tutorial a little while ago

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=77667

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    thanks for the fast n kind reply.

    I stombled accross some preferenced (vector based) grids not to long ago, wich could be easily callibrated by moving/setting vanishing points(not on ps though). SO i was wonderin if there is a feature like that in ps. Looks like it isn't.

    So i guess there is no perspective grid for (lazy) dummies .

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    Nah, Photoshop isn't known for being lazy-dummy-friendly. With great flexibility comes great freedom to mess up.

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