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  • Looking for old Photoshop filter....

    Hey Guys and Gals,

    I am looking for an old filter that pre dates Create Suite.

    The filter is called Vortex Tiling.

    The effect is to take a flat image and transform it into a cylinder and you can adjust the vanishing point. It is a pretty cool effect.

    This filter was not part of the Photoshop program filters it was an add on. I have been searching for a long time and have not found the filter. Nor have I found a tutorial that teaches this effect.

    Can anyone help out

  • #2
    That wasn't a native Photoshop filter, it was a plug-in designed by Kai Power Tools. I'm not sure if they're even around still.

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    • #3
      I believe it's called Hyper Tiling now and KPT has it in a filter pack for $99

      http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satelli...5#tabview=tab1
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      • #4
        Kai's Power Tools.. wow. I remember playing with the first version of that before the turn of the millenium. Old-school stuff.

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