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image morphing into caricature software?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by zzzizzzkokid, Nov 15, 2011.

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  1. zzzizzzkokid

    zzzizzzkokid Thread Starter

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    Are you aware of any software more specifically designed to allow altering images of faces etc. into editorial-style cartoon caricatures?

    I know I can do this in a number of steps using two or more applications....one to alter an image and, say, photoshop to filter the image so it resembles a pen and ink or crayon line drawing.

    However, the steps are several and the results not completely satisfactory.

    I am interested in any ad hoc software whether free or for sale.

    Thanks for any tips on single software of combinations that might work better than my current attempts with morphing software and photoshop.
     
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    EDIT: I think I misunderstood your question. I'm not sure whether you're asking about the technique for rendering the photo as a line drawing, or about the technique for morphing one into the other after the rendering is done. I've answered the latter question, not the former.

    If you have the before and after images -- the photo and the rendered drawing of it -- Photoshop has an animated frames feature called "Tween" that will morph one into the other.

    You just need two images. I'll use these two for illustration.

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    Morphed using Tween (2 MB animated gif -- might take a few moments to load):

    [​IMG]
     
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