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Font with multiple strokes

Discussion in 'Designs & Layouts' started by Jason1, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. Jason1

    Jason1 New Member

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    I am not sure how to apply effects to make my text look like the picture.
     

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    SoCal
    Aachen Bold

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  3. Richard G

    Richard G Member

    Jason 1, Since I see you are using photoshop the easiest way is to us the layer styles. Here is what I did to match your image. opened style and added a stroke in yellow of 24 then drop shadow of yellow at normal, 100% opacity, distance 37, spread 58, size 133, then I did an outter glow in white at 100% opacity, 0% noise, spread 46%, size 73 pt. Try this and see if it might help. :rock-n-roll:
     
  4. Tony McD

    Tony McD Member

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    In corel you could do a double contour and ungroup them.
    Turn the first one yellow and the back one white.
    Now duplicate the white one, turn it yellow and offset it to be the drop shadow.
    Use the blend tool, and blend the back yellow one into the white outline....adjust slider as needed.
     
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