Left Toolbar > Compose Nodes > Lattice
The Lattice node allows you to deform an image using a regular lattice. By default the node is initialized with a 4x4 lattice, but more rows can be added easily.
On the left toolbar choose Deform Nodes > Lattice. >
Drag the Lattice icon into the Node Graph.
Connect the output of an image node into the Img input in the Lattice node.
In the Image Viewport manipulate the Lattice gizmo to deform the image.
The Image to be deformed.
The deformed image.
All Deform Nodes have a Deformation Area set of attributes that define the area of deformation.
Defines the area to which the deformation will be applied:
Region: The deformation area covers a region of the image. The position, angle and size attributes define this region.
Image The deformation area covers the whole image. This means that when the area is resized and repositioned, all image is resized and repositioned.
Define the position (X,Y) of the Deform Area.
Defines the angle of the Deform Area.
Defines the size of the Deform Area.
Controls the size of the soft deformation area when deforming in Region mode.
Resets the Deform Area.
Allows the gizmo to be moved.
Resets the Control Points to their original position.
Displays a dialog box to define the new number of control points.
Current number of control points in X (columns).
New number of control points in X.
Current number of control points in Y (rows).
New number of control points in Y.
If checked, the new control points will keep the shape defined by the previous set of control points.