Fold and wrap your artwork in mind-bending dimensions with Warp.
Move the Warp mesh to wrap and fold your content.
Tap the Warp button in the Transform toolbar. The bounding box in Warp mode has a solid border rather than the moving dashes of the other modes. Inside this bounding box you’ll see the Warp mesh - a grid that overlays your content like a net.
You can drag the corners, sides, or the inner mesh to warp any part of your content in any direction. You can even drag a corner node towards the middle of the mesh to fold part of your image over itself.
Wrap parts of your image over other parts - or under them.
Tap a node to invoke positional controls.
You can now move that node to the front, middle, or back. These positions determine whether your node overlaps or underlaps others.
When you move a node without invoking this menu, it will move to the front by default.
For precise control, add and individually adjust extra nodes in your mesh.
Tap the Advanced Mesh button in the Transform toolbar to invoke more nodes for finer control.
This mode places a node on every intersection of the Warp mesh. Now, instead of dragging a section of the mesh, you can manually adjust each individual control point.