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What you'll be creatingWe'll start by creating a very simple, solid color background. Then we'll proceed with the text. As for the details, we'll first start doing the drippings effect, then the highlights and lastly the shadows. You will also learn how to change the whole typography's color. You'll need Photoshop CS3 or newer to follow this tutorial.
Step 1Create a New Canvas ( Ctrl + N / File > New ) at 830 x 1030 px | resolution at 200 px
Step 2Like always, we will be dividing the layers into groups to make the whole process a lot neater and more organized to look at. We'll start with the background. Create a New Group ( simply click on the Create A New Group Icon that is located between the New Layer and Adjustments Layers Icon at the bottom of the Layers Panel) and rename it to 'Background'. Now move the default Background layer to the Group we just made, you need to remove the lock (click on the lock icon | click and drag the lock icon to the bin) before doing so. Then rename the layer to 'BACKGROUND'
Step 3Change your Foreground Color to #181414 and using the Paintbucket Tool, fill in your canvas.
Step 4Now that we have our background done, time to type in our text. First, Create A New Group and rename it to 'Text'.
Step 5Grab the Text Tool, change your font to 'SurfingCapital' and start typing. Since we are going for a Halloween-inspired typography, I recommend using some phrases that are suited for the said holiday. I went with 'Trick or Treat' but you can obviously type in whatever phrase you like. If you don't like the font I used, I recommend replacing it other with thick, brush fonts. I think those type of fonts really suit this text effect but you are free to experiment this text effect with other fonts as well. I decided to divided the phrase like so to make it easier to work with:
*LS stands for letter spacing rick: r = 25px | i = 75 px | c = 75 px | k = 25 px or : or = 120 px reat : reat = 10px TEXT COLOR: #1a9216I wanted to make certain letters of the phrase bigger than the rest so I played with it's font size as well (size is indicated on the photo)