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text effect photoshop

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May 25, 2023 May 25, 2023

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does anyone know how to do this text effect that they used on the 100 in photoshop or have a video tutorial they could share? I can't find anything online. IMG_3258.jpg

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May 25, 2023 May 25, 2023

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@Mia226940913yll 

 

One way:

  • Copy your Type layer to keep a copy, then right-click the copy and select Convert to Shape
  • Create a guide where you want the text to bend and another where you want the text to end.
  • Create anchor points on the outside edges on each number along the guide (Add Anchor Point tool)
  • Select bottom points on one number with the Direct Selection tool, then move to bottom guide to distort

 

Ask if you have more questions and share screenshots if you get stuck.

 

Jane

 

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May 25, 2023 May 25, 2023

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@Mia226940913yll 

 

You can get something with Transform> Perspective.

Create a Text Layer with the desired text.  A condensed font should work well or manually distort the text vertically.  

 

Duplicate the Text Layer (Layer > Duplicate Layer) and rasterize it (Layer > Rasterize > Type).   Hide the original.

 

Draw a Rectangular Marquee from the bottom of the rasterized text up to where you want the horizon line to be, keeping the Marquee close to the pixels.

 

With the Marquee selection active, choose  Edit > Transform> Perspective.  Click and drag the lower left handle or lower right handle of the Transform controls toward the side of the document.

While the selection is still active, choose Edit > Transform > Scale and then shift-click-and-drag the lower middle handle up a little bit.

 

(Jane's approach is better in that it doesn't rasterize anything.)

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Draw a Rectangular Marquee from the bottom of the rasterized text up to where you want the horizon line to be, keeping the Marquee close to the pixels.

With the Marquee selection active, choose  Edit > Transform> Perspective.  Click and drag the lower left handle or lower right handle of the Transform controls toward the side of the document.

By @Warren Heaton

 

One tiny tweak to your method, Warren. Does it needs steps to account for the three separate directions of the bottom section?

 

Jane

 

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