I would like to create a perspective grid in Photoshop that would have the effect of looking through a cylinder. From searching online I think this is referred to as a 'polar' perspective grid.
I would like to render it with a 1 pixel width wire frame.
To clarify, I want to create a perspective grid similar to the image below but radial instead of rectangular. I hope that makes sense. I made the rectangular perspective grid below using
Filter > Vanishing point.
So far I have tried to use the Vanishing point filter but from what I can tell it can only be used to make flat planes, I cant use it to make a radial plane. I'm wondering if I need to learn to use the 3D tools in Photoshop. I don't know how to use them currently or even if they are the best approach... I'm currently researching more about that approach.
I've seen online that Illustrator CS6 has a 'polar grid tool' which I could probably use, however I am in CS5, and ultimately I need the artwork in Photoshop...
Thanks for any help.