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Image will not wrap correctly in vanishing point

I am trying to wrap an image around a 3 dimensional box, but the image cuts off half way through the top plane. The portion of the image that should be on the bottom left plane appears at the top of the left plane. This occurs after I create my vanishing point planes and paste my image into the vanishing point work area. The image is pasted with no problems but as soon as I move it over my 3-D image to wrap it, this problem occurs.

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  • surc6 Dec 29, 2008

    The 3-D Box is a graphic from adobe illustator, and the image is in another layer, yes. The reason I need to use vanishing point to wrap this image around the box is that I am taking a course in graphic design and this is how my instructors want me to accomplish this task. I've included a link to the images in flickr. The following is the link.



    http://www.flickr.com/photos/12910556@N08/sets/72157611800764724/



    Thanks.

  • surc6 Dec 29, 2008

    Things worked out, thank-you so much!

  • Sean Cole
    Sean Cole May 11, 2010

    Hi there surc6,
    Hopefully I can help out - I just want to get it straight in my head what your trying to do.
    I'm guessing that the 3d box is a pre-made graphic or image of some kind. on another layer you have an image that you are wanting to paste onto the box.
    Because I'm having trouble visualising what you are trying to accomplish you'll have to excuse my naive question. Why not chop the image into the 3 parts that will be visible then use the warp or distort transforms to adjust their shape. Vanishing point is normally used for repeating a pattern in perspective so I'm unsure how you are using it to paste in an image.
    If you can upload an example to a free image site for me to view, this would be of help.

    All the best
    Sean
    PiDigital


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Hi again,
Ok, I finally got it licked and why you're having the problems and it's fairly simple. It's all based on 2 things but most of all, the order in which you create your planes or grids.

Because the main part of the image is on the front face that is what you want as your Parent face so get that as accurate as you can to start off with. Hold the 'x' key to temp zoom in and get the position as correct as you can.
Once you've created you're primary ctrl-click(cmd-click on mac) the mid top point and pull it out then the same for the mid left point.
Now if it still has the problem when you paste in the image and drag it onto the primary face then undo the paste. We need to adjust the secondary planes. Select the top plane and in the angle parameter (which should show 270°) change it to 269°. Then change the left planes angle to 89°. Try it now and it should work fine. Then put it back to 270° and 90° again.

Let me know how you get on.

All the best
Sean
PiDigital.co.uk

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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