How do I achieve such an effect on a font - see att. image

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Hi, the attached image is a legendary tv broadcast logo from the 1970. Any ideas? Thanks Tristandsl_panoptikum.png

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 20, 2021 Mar 20, 2021
Hey, Here is Photoshop tutorial that can be replicated pretty swiftly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DmcQLPN0M8  I am not sure if anyone knows how this effect can be created in Illlustrator?

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Writ the words with differents colors each letter, have 2 copies, 1 up and 1 down, select the 2 copies, Object> blend> make. while you are selected them, double click on blend tool, specified steps, choose for exmaple 50 or 80, then apply a blure effect with some obacity. i just tried it, you can befor applying the blend make one of them with some obacity. then apply the blend.

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 20, 2021 Mar 20, 2021
I tried it with 3 text copies on top of each other and 2 have Transform effects and 80% opacity.

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Hey,

 

Here is Photoshop tutorial that can be replicated pretty swiftly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DmcQLPN0M8 

 

I am not sure if anyone knows how this effect can be created in Illlustrator?

 

 

This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to make a ghostly blur text effect using photoshop cs5. The Font I used is Arial Bold. Thanks for watching and I hope ...

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Writ the words with differents colors each letter, have 2 copies, 1 up and 1 down, select the 2 copies, Object> blend> make.

 

while you are selected them, double click on blend tool, specified steps, choose for exmaple 50 or 80, then apply a blure effect with some obacity.

 

i just tried it, you can befor applying the blend make one of them with some obacity. then apply the blend.










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I tried it with 3 text copies on top of each other and 2 have Transform effects and 80% opacity.

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You are right  that can be done aldo with transform effects.

 

Blend or transform effects will give us good results.










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Yes, both are possible.

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