I need help creating a logo like this.
I have tried Skew option and Perspective option but those didn't work.
This is the image I have tried below.
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If you're going for a similar style of the original artwork and using Photoshop then you will want to use the
Write out your text. I quickly used the pen tool to show an example of the original text.
You have to turn your type layer into a smart object. Right click on the type layer in the layers panel and click
Convert to Smart Object.
- Tip by Ryan
You must first make sure your type layer is rasterized. Right click on the type layer in the layers panel and click
I have all of my shapes in a group layer. Transform the layer
Ctrl + T. Right click on the canvas and select
Distort. You will now be able to individually move each corner to create the desired perspective.
You will see the bottom right corner is slightly lifted upwards and the top right anchor point is moved down more.
For the rest of the image. Just add a stroke and use the pen tool to get the other black shapes.
I would suggest creating this effect in Illustrator using the Perspective Grid Tool
Outside Strokemaking it bigger and bigger until everything is covered. Mine is rounded because I used a round font, the text in yours is square because its a square font:
Select your text layers together and Convert to Smart Object
Then Edit > Transform > Perspective and in the same one can do a slight skew:
Another way to produce a 3D effect in Photoshop similar to your example is to create your text, apply the stroke, convert to smart object, and distort as explained above. Then switch to the Move tool and, holding down the Alt key, repeatedly press the right arrow key (I did it about 20 times) to arrive at the desired depth. Which arrow key you press determines the direction of the depth.
You can also press two arrow keys simultaneously (the up and the right, say) to get depth in more than one direction.