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I stumbled across a Star Wars Font 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 - as 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?

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc8Wvb_PZdU

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

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

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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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