Funny text in Photoshop

This lesson shows a simple way to create interesting text effects. The main things necessary for this are:
1 – colors: the most obvious, or those that are unique.
2 – patterns: figures, most reminiscent of a source of inspiration.

This lesson was inspired by the author “The Cow”. Note that the primary colors will be white, black, and pink. The template that we will create from various circles. Since we’ve disassembled everything, we can start creating our text.

The final result.

High color palette

Step 1. Fill the background with #eaeaea. Then, using white color (#FFFFFF), write your text. The lesson uses the font “Futurama Bold Font”, and the size is 115 pixels.

Step 2. Double-click on the text layer to add a layer style. Shadow (Drop Shadow). This will add smoothness to the final effect. Change in the settings the value of the Offset (Distance) to 0, and Size (Size) 7.

Inner shadow (Inner Shadow) we will use this style to add Pinkish text colors. Change the color to # e69898, Size (Size) 6, and Contour (Gaussian).

Stamping (Bevel and Emboss) we will use neutral colors, # 9a9a9a for Shadow mode (Shadow Mode), change the Size (Size) to 10, and the Contour (Contour) Terraced.

Translator’s Note: to select this contour, first you need to open the “Contours” palette there is a small triangle, click on it and select from the dropdown menu, contours, then click Add, you will have new contours, at the very bottom you can find Terraced .

And finally, we will add Stroke (Stroke) to emphasize the effect even more. Simply select black color # 000000 and change the size to 3. Click OK.

Step 3. Now hold down Ctrl + click on the “Happy” layer to create a selection. Create a new layer and name it “Spots”.

Step 4. Make sure the foreground color is black # 000000, select round Brush (Brush), change the Size (Size) 20, and Hardness (Hardness) to 100%. Now draw circles inside the selection, leaving some spaces between the circles. Draw circles near the corners to create different spots.

Once you’re done, use a smaller brush size, like 15 or so, and add smaller circles. Overlapping each other’s circles will give the best effect. You do not need to do this for each circle, only for some of them.

Step 5. Now we are going to create a brush to decorate the background. Create a new layer, assign 100 * 100, this means that your brush will be that size when it is created.
Fill the new layer with black # 000000, then go Edit-> Define Brush. Give a name to the brush and click OK.

Step 6. Let’s return to our main document. Create a new layer and name it Squares.
Then go Window-> Brush (Window-> Brushes) find your brush that you created in the previous step at the end of the palette. Click to select it and make sure you still use black as the foreground color.

Change the settings Brushes (Brush) Size (size) and leave 100, and Hardness (Hardness) 70.

Press on Brush shape/ Brush Tip Shape, change the Spacing value to 158.

Then select Form Dynamics (Shape Dynamics) change the Size Jitter to 100%, the Minimum Diameter by 30% and the Angle Jitter to 30%.

Check out Scattering/ Scattering, and make sure the box is checked Both axes (Both Axes), change the Scatter to 1000%, the Counter (Count) by 1, and the Count Jitter to 98%.

Finally, choose Broadcast (Other Dynamics), change the Opacity Jitter to 100%.

Using Pen (Pen tool), and the Paths mode, draw a curve next to the text. When you have drawn, right-click on the curve, and select Perform a stroke (Stroke Path).

Make sure it is worth Brush (Brush) and that there is no tick Simulate Pressure, click OK. This will stroke the path we created with the brush. You can delete and repeat these steps until you get a result that you like, because each time the result is created randomly.

Our text is ready! Hope you enjoyed it.

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