Offset Text Effect Mockup

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The Offset Text Effect Mockup for Photoshop contains a unique style to easily create your own misprinted text effect updating a single smart object. All of the effects are applied automatically and all you have to do is replace the text of the Smart Object with your own or add your hand made text. 

With an easy way to change the offset text, front text, background texture and background colors, 5 textures for the front and depth texts the combinations are almost infinite. Once you update the smart object, you can turn on/off any of the ready-made textures and hide some of the layers inside the "Depth" layer group to make the text thinner. More advanced users can also decrease the layer opacity of the "Texture x" layers and make unique combinations to achieve a new effect. The included file has a resolution of 150 dpi with a 4000 x 3000 px dimension, and even though the "Bebas Neue" and "Quimby" fonts was used in the included mockup you can use any font you wish.

How to use

Updating the Main Text

  1. Open the "Offset Text Effect Mockup.psd" file in Photoshop.
  2. Double click on the thumbnail of the Smart Object layer named "[Your Image Here]".
  3. Replace the placeholder content with your own.
  4. Save and close the Smart Object.

Changing the Offset Color

  1. Expand the "Effects" layer group.
  2. Double click on the thumbnail of the Smart Object layer named "[Change Front Displace Color]".
  3. Pick any color (avoid blacks and whites) in the Color Picker window and click OK.

Changing the Front Color

  1. Expand the "Effects" layer group.
  2. Double click on the thumbnail of the Smart Object layer named "[Change Front Color]".
  3. Pick any color in the Color Picker window and click OK.

Adjusting the Depth

  1. Expand the "Depth" layer group.
  2. Turn on/off any of the included layers starting at layer 50.

Changing the Background Color

  1. Double click on the "[Change Background Color]" layer thumbnail.
  2. Pick any color from the Color Picker window and click OK.

Free License

Feel free to download and use this item for both personal and commercial projects with attribution back to MediaLoot. Please note:

  • Attribution is required for free items. For a non-attribution license, please become a member or buy the full version.
  • You may not distribute or offer this set for download on other websites. Promotion is always appreciated, but please send people to this page.

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