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November 30th, 2012, 12:13 PM
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Ok I am at a loss with this one, I have a Fiverr account and offer my editing services on there, this customer has ordered 10+ times from me but he has me stumped on this, he wants me to take this image...

And put it on this pillow

And make it look natural in shape and dimension, here is an example of someone else doing it, but I have no clue how to do it, please advise if you know how, I am pretty proficient in photoshop but this has me stumped.

Example of someone else that did it

sofa_ (1) by Joliving4Jesus, on Flickr

ARCO_DEL_TRIUNFO_AZUL_-_Copy by Joliving4Jesus, on Flickr

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December 12th, 2012, 06:59 PM
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What program do you use? In photoshop I would say for the major shape adjustments use the free transform tool set on warp, and maybe a little on skew. You will probably also need to use your smudge tool very carefully, set on its hardest setting and 100% strength. I hope that he gave you higher resolution images then just those two, because it might be difficult with those. You would need to do two layers, and use opacity adjustment and maybe some layer blending options to work out your shadows.

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