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I need some illustrator help on this, so join me on this you illustrator experts .
This is a logo for a psychologic test for kids (5-15 years) regarding their ability on memory for faces. Thsi test will be simmilar to the image below:
The idea is to have this book spiral binded, with the photo in front of the kid and on the other side instructions for the one who gives the test, so this person has to turn the pages revealing some faces and afterwards a composition of 3 photos and the kid has to point out the one he saw before.
So, I came out with an identity that explores the idea of spiral binding, triangular basis with the same face on the 2 pages.
The problem is that I've always managed to get this "3D" perspectives right with the reflect tool on illustrator... until today
So, What I want is the faces looking on the same direction like the examples below, but I came out with a problem on getting the face on the right page. The top example was managed with reflect of the page&face, but the face is looking on the opposite direction that I need. So, basically the face must fit the new page perspective and I've failed miserably on this. I've used the Shear tool on the 2nd row right, but it gives me a "fake" transformation effect. NExt I've tried to manually adjust the face (2nd row - left) and this look better to me, but it's not "totally right".
Does illustrator can nail this? Any 3D expert out there? I can upload the .AI if necessary.