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Hi, Does anyone know of a tutorial that will help me recreate the stroking and inside text design as shown in this example? Thank you! 

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The key to doing this is the Appearance panel. You could start by applying a any fill and stroke. In the Appearance panel, click on the word Type to select it. In the Appearance panel menu in the upper right of the panel (little lines), choose Add New Fill, and add the gradient fill. Click on the Appearance panel menu again and add a new Stroke, following your example, make the stroke white. Add another new stroke and make it black, and increase the stroke weight to make it thicker. Add another new stroke (green), and make it even thicker. Arrange the various strokes and fills so that they are stacked properly. You should end up with something like this:

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Need help with creating logo.

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Hi, Does anyone know of a tutorial that will help me recreate the stroking and inside text design as shown in this example? Thank you! 

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Correct answer by Barbara Ash | Adobe Community Professional

The key to doing this is the Appearance panel. You could start by applying a any fill and stroke. In the Appearance panel, click on the word Type to select it. In the Appearance panel menu in the upper right of the panel (little lines), choose Add New Fill, and add the gradient fill. Click on the Appearance panel menu again and add a new Stroke, following your example, make the stroke white. Add another new stroke and make it black, and increase the stroke weight to make it thicker. Add another new stroke (green), and make it even thicker. Arrange the various strokes and fills so that they are stacked properly. You should end up with something like this:

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To me it looks like it's not made automatically. You can create guidelines by using Object > Path > Offset path with a negative offset value. From then on draw the necessary shapes. You can use the shapebuilder tools to create the final shapes.

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Thank you so much, Monica. Let me give it a shot! 

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It is in Illustrator and the appearnace panel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHphDQrwdzw

 

 

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Thank you, Channart! Going through all of this now! 

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The key to doing this is the Appearance panel. You could start by applying a any fill and stroke. In the Appearance panel, click on the word Type to select it. In the Appearance panel menu in the upper right of the panel (little lines), choose Add New Fill, and add the gradient fill. Click on the Appearance panel menu again and add a new Stroke, following your example, make the stroke white. Add another new stroke and make it black, and increase the stroke weight to make it thicker. Add another new stroke (green), and make it even thicker. Arrange the various strokes and fills so that they are stacked properly. You should end up with something like this:

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Thank you, Barbara! 

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This is probably achieved through type or rather use of custome brushes. Looking into it there's a artistic features that would support my argument.

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