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Hi i want to write a letter W on the bag, as you can see it has a kind of perspective to it, so the letter should follow this perspective. I am using Adobe Illustrator.

  • What have you tried? This is not a tutorial site so some evidence of effort on your part would help... – Westside Jan 27 '17 at 8:43
  • There's a PS extension that can do this type of stuff pretty easily. It's called Perspective Tools. I wouldn't necessarily buy it for this specific thing, but I thought I'd mention it. – Joonas Jan 27 '17 at 9:36
  • relevant and an attempt at a blanket answer: How to mockup a logo in a realistic environment? – Vincent Aug 20 '18 at 12:56
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I would do it by using warp perspective tool. It will rasterize your text effect (you can do it on smart object as well, preserving capability to edit it later). You can get to the tool by selecting edit -> warp perspective.

First you need to create bounding box around the object you want to warp, after you've defined the area, you need to switch mode to wrap, and you can begin to warp the perspective.

I've used all the text instead of a single letter, but the principle will stay the same.

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This is what I got after a quick fit-in. I bet you can get it even more precise, and add some effects after (like a blend on the bag shadow to appear on text as well) to fit it even better.

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  • Cheers, although this is for photoshop, illustrator has same warping tool available - even more powerful in fact as you don't need to rasterize anything. – Hassan Jan 27 '17 at 8:51

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