Take your hand to typography.
See how artist Kate Moross uses Photoshop to create letters that express their artistic vision.
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Kate Moross is an art director, illustrator, graphic designer and founder of Studio Moross, whose work includes moving imagery, typography and illustration.
Rough it in. Smooth it out.
Sketch the lettering with a basic brush, then dial it in on a fresh layer. Increase the Smoothness option to create flowing curves.
Use dynamic brushes inspired by real-world materials. Doodle on details with a gritty pencil or add a splash of colour with realistic spray paint and watercolour.
Layer on effects to give the paint a 3D feel, emboss the lettering and make it stand out with a drop shadow.
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Add brushes to your Creative Cloud library and start lettering.
Whether you’re a beginner or pro, working on desktop or iPad, we’ve got a plan that works for you.
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