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Hi,

I stumbled across a Star Wars post from a few years ago while searching for a font, and am wondering if someone can help me...

My son is doing a project for school and is using Star Wars for his theme. I found the right font, but he wants the words to have the perspective that they are floating in space - like they have in the opening of the movie, but I'm not sure how to do it - other than using fonts of increasing size. I am by no means a digital art "expert", but I am very familiar with Corel Draw and Microsoft Office if someone can just give me some easy to use instructions - can you help me out?

digital-art-forum/remember-the-font-t63911.html

Thanks, Traci

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SF

What you want to do is change the perceptive of the font. Heres a video tutorial for photoshop, but any image editing software will have this for the most part.

There are some free alternatives to photoshop such as Paint .Net and Gimp. Paint .Net is a "clone" of photoshop.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dKTEU9Ko9U

LOL @ 2m

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MB

Thanks spoof. I was going to put a brief tute on that together. That makes it easy. Had to chuckle at the drop shadow "because you can" bit. lol That's how you do it TraciV

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JO

I use Macromedia/Adobe Fireworks. With that, I would use the "Distort" tool (Q hotkey)

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TV

Thanks! It worked in Corel... and it looks AWESOME! See my attachment below! Thanks so much for the help!

here it is - we did the solution too!

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