Every now and then Jenn and I are bringing back really great posts from Jenn’s design blog ScrapKitty Design. Here’s one:
Some fonts in both Photoshop and Elements come with a full range of styles: changes to the typeface like bold or italic that provide emphasis for the type. But a lot of digiscrappers use specialty fonts that don’t have styles. But sometimes in our layouts you want that emphasis. Photoshop and Elements can generate Faux styles that look close enough to the actual styles.
You’ll see a contextual menu pop up that gives you the choice of Faux Bold or Faux Italic.
Photoshop users get a more extensive pop up:
Right click the arrow in the upper right of the pallete and you get all of this!
A simple one for sure but hopefully a good one. What do you think of this tip? Leave us a comment and let us know!
Until next time – Keep Scrappin’!
Stan White – The DaddyKitty