Anamorphic Design Process


Question

I'm hoping that designers that can lend their expertise on anamorphic designs. It is not a new concept but not a lot of info on how it can be done easily.

What are the steps involved to create anamorphic 3D pop-out effects?

Is there a software out there that simplifies the process or do I need to use Photoshop or Illustrator?

I like to replicate the 3D floor graphics this company does below.

http://www.shapeshiftermedia.com/gallery/floor-graphics/nicole-neubauer-kellerkind-3d-advertising-floor-train-station/

http://www.shapeshiftermedia.com/downloads/

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3/2/2015 4:59:00 PM

Actually, it is quite easy but requires some testing.

A) Take your original design, photo or whatever into Photoshop, and duplicate as a new layer.

B) Edit > Transform > Perspective. Add a perspective to counter the normal perspective. The amount of this depends on the angle and distance where you will be seeing the image.

C) Squeeze a bit your image. In my example is 66%.

D) You can take some scissors and cut your shape.

Depending on the quality of the image and how well it is lited this will blend better on the surroundings.

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10/6/2018 4:51:00 PM

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