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Click to select the Brush Tool in the Tools palette. Double-click on the first brush preset to open settings. Set the values to: Diameter to , Spacing to 94, Scatter to 14, Flow to 99, Size to 18, Stroke to 14, so that the brush would look like clouds and click OK. To soften the cloudy text apply the Gaussian effect from the Effects Browser with the Radius set to 6 pixels. Using the same Brush Tool settings, paint on the layer, this time particularly over the edges of the text, in order to make edges less visible.

Click to add another new layer. Repeat the previous step to highlight any particular areas use the example in the image below as a reference. To soften the edges of the clouds and make them more realistic, apply the Gaussian effect from the Effects Browser.

In order to add a warmer look to the image, first click to add another new layer above the other layers. Pixelmator Classic. The white will be in the center, and the black will be towards the top. Then change the Blending to Multiply.

With the Gradient Tool G , fill the layer with a gradient from black to white. The black will be in the center of the text and the white will be towards the bottom of the page. Duplicate the text layer and move it to the top in front of the other layers.

Use White for the color and 1 for the Width. Then distort the text a little bit, using the image below as a reference. Duplicate the text effect group and move it 1 pixel up and to the left. Repeat this step 4 times. Use 3 pixels and Center. Select black as the color.

For the Radius, use 4px. With the Eraser Tool E , start deleting the right side of each letter in order to add a 3D effect to the type. Use 20 pixels for the Radius. Next, change the Blending to Screen. Use 25 for the Amount. Check out the image below for a reference. I used 2 old paper textures using Multiply for the Blending.

One of them, the darkest one, will stay in front of the other layers while the other one will stay in front of the gradient layer only. Use black and white for the color. Then change the Blending to Color Dodge. Add another layer and fill it with white. Use 2 for the Width and for the Sharpness. After that, change the Blending to Color Dodge. With the Rectangular Marquee Tool M , create 4 rectangular selections like the image below. Use 45 for the Radius. Check out the image below as a reference.

Create a new layer, and with the Rectangular Marquee Tool M , create a selection. Then with the Gradient Tool G , using black and white for the color, fill the layer with a gradient so it looks like the image below. Reduce the height only.

With the Eraser Tool E , delete the edges of the light to make it fade away.

 
 

– Text effects pixelmator free

 
Hipster Text Effect in Pixelmator. Every time I checked Dribbble I see a bunch of posts with this sort of vintage typography style. It’s a very interesting look. We can add a Type Layer with a text box in three different ways in Pixelmator. We can click on the Add Text button in the Tool Options Bar. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a very nice text effect inspired by the colors and some light effects used in the work of a great digital.

 

Text effects pixelmator free

 
Install additional fonts in Pixelmator by simply adding them to the Font Book in OS X. To apply Pixelmator effects to text layers, first click Layer > Convert into Pixels. Change the spacing of a text. Select a text layer, click the gear icon, Kern and then — . Here’s the Best Free Text Effects PSD for designing posters, flyer, ad boards, typography, logos, shapes and vectors, come in PSD Photoshop files. They help you produce stunning effects with ease by simply customizing the file with your own text or logo. 1 day ago · It would be nice for any “text layer” to be moved to transparent text. Then critically this should also allow keeping things like the layer style visible (like a drop shadow). So once a text layer is created I want to hide the text (make it transparent) but keep the drop shadows, or inner shadow, stroke, etc or other layer style applied around.