PHOTOSHOP - Improve Puppet Warp Add bezier tweening or Warp to Path

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Until I watched a tutorial on it, I didn't realize the intended use for puppet warp, was so limited. The example showed a slightly skewed photograph, that was straightened by using 2 pins for puppet warp.

While it's a very powerful tool, every pin is individual, and I'd like the option to link these. If you're familiar with the world of animation, it would be similar to rigging, where if you have a photograph of a person, you could place points at their elbow, wrist, shoulder and pivot from the elbow, without curving the forearm, like there are no bones in the body.

The other option for this, would be to take a completely straight object and curve it to a path, or simply be able to connect the pins with a bezier path. Utilizing the tool currently, it is very difficult to create a seamless curve, especially with textured items, and you often have an image that appears liked it's been pulled in several spots, instead of a curved object.

Additionally, it would be helpful, if you were able to scale the warp at different points, and be able to taper it like a normal warp.

The goal, would be to improve this to act a little more like art brushes in Illustrator, while that is an option, for larger images and for touchups it would be extremely helpful to have this available in Photoshop.
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