Striped text border on Photofiltre

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Open up a new file, any size you want. Write the text, mine looks like this:



Now click the magic wand tool () and click the first letter. Then right-click the letter you just selected > stroke and fill. Make sure your settings are like this:



And click ok. Now you should have one letter with a colored border.

Next you click the border with the magic wand tool (not necessary if it's already selected), then right-click > stroke and fill. Uncheck stroke and check fill. Put your settings like this:



And click ok. Now your first letter should be all done and look something like this:



Now just do it for every letter and voilá, you're done! :---)

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I love this!

By tiarasandglitter on May 7, 2011 4:49 am

you forgot to tell people to invert before they go to the stroke and fill .

By LADiiSOULJA3 on Apr 21, 2009 9:47 pm

i love photofiltre

By LADiiSOULJA3 on Apr 14, 2009 11:38 am

Wow, Photofiltre really sucks compared to Photoshop, I'm glad I switched.
With photoshop, you can do this with just 3 clicks,


Nice tutorial tho.

By creole on Apr 5, 2009 8:57 pm

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Author fiercest View profile
Submitted on Apr 4, 2009
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Approved on Apr 4, 2009

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