The Face Stretch effect provides you the freedom to control the proportions of certain facial features. You can use the provided 2D face template with key points to effortlessly create a stretched face effect.
Add a Face Stretch object
Add a Face Stretch object by clicking + > Face Effects > Face Stretch in the Hierarchy panel.
Customize Face Stretch in the Scene Panel
Move around key points on the face in the Scene panel. All modifications in the Scene panel are reflected in the Preview panel.
Scroll your mouse to zoom in and out the 2D scene or click + or – to adjust the zoom percentage.
Click the Face icon on the top bar to show to hide the face index for your reference.
Configure the Face Stretch Component
Click the Face Stretch object and navigate to the Inspector panel to configure the Face Stretch component to achieve your desired effect.
Adjust the Intensity to control the amount of distortion applied when moving these key points.
Check Symmetric to create asymmetrical face designs.
Select Lock to lock all other key points, excluding the key point you are adjusting.
Copy and Paste Face Designs
You can replicate the customizations to another face.
Select Copy from the More drop-down to copy the current face design.
Add a new Face Stretch to your Hierarchy panel. Select the new Face Stretch to make the Inspector panel appear. Select Paste from the More menu to paste the copied design onto the new face.
Select Reset to start a new design on the current face you are working on.
Use Multiple Face Stretches
If multiple Face Stretch objects are applied to one face, the modifications will be added on top of one another.
Face Stretch Properties
Which Face: Control which face the stretch effect will apply to. Choose between the five different faces. The default value is 0.
Intensity: Control the amount of distortion caused by adjusting the key point. The default value is 50.
Symmetric: Deselect this option to move key points asymmetrically. This is selected by default.
Lock: Lock all keypoints excluding the key point that you are adjusting.
Demo Effect: Bonk
Check out this tutorial to learn how to create an interactive Face Stretch effect!