Tools > Distort > Mesh Warp
Mesh Warp
The Mesh Warp tool allows you to map the image or selection onto a mesh plane that can be distorted by dragging the small white squares. The squares are located at the intersections of the horizontal and vertical lines of the mesh plane. As you edit the mesh, Pop Art Studio automatically distorts and stretches the selected area of your image to match.
1. Do one of the following:
 Choose Tools > Distort > Mesh Warp
 Click the Mesh Warp button on the toolbar
2. Use the following options:
 Horizontal
This option allows you to select the number of gridlines in the horizontal direction. The finer the grid, the tighter the adjustments you can make to the area of the image.

Min = 2, Max = 41, Default = 5.
 Vertical
This option allows you to select the number of gridlines in the vertical direction. The finer the grid, the tighter the adjustments you can make to the area of the image.

Min = 2, Max = 41, Default = 5.
 Transparent
Use this option to make the background color transparent.
 Horizontally symmetric
This option allows you to create a horizontally symmetric distortion.
 Vertically symmetric
Use this option to create a vertically symmetric distortion.
 Show mesh
This option allows you to show or hide the grid.
 Move edge points freely
This option allows you to move the edge points freely (left image). Unchecking this option will constraint the movement to the raster edges only (right image).
 Animate the distortion over time
Use this option to animate the distortion over time.
 Background Color
Use this option to change the background color.
Number of Frames
This option allows you to specify the number of frames.
Delay
Use this option to specify a delay-the time that a frame is displayed-for single frames or for multiple frames in an animation. Delay time is displayed in seconds.
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