Formatting the monologue text


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Formatting the monologue text

In this move, we're going to format the monologue text using that font digital strip that we downloaded in the previous movie. And FYI, if you open this file, if you're working along with me, you may still get a font warning and that's because this text down here is set in a custom font that we will be creating together in the next chapter. I’m going to go ahead and switch over to this file here, which contain some hidden layers including balloon template. We’ll be creating these talk balloons from scratch, but they’ll help offset the text for now.

And then I’m going to turn on these two text layers right here. Now, you can see I've created all of the monologue text in advanced for you but if you don't have access to the exercise files, you can enter this text yourself or of course you can create your own text. I'm going to select both of these text layers by clicking on one and shift clicking on the other here at the top of the layers panel. And then I'll switch to the type...

Formatting the monologue text
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Formatting the monologue text provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Designing a Retro-Style Superhero

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Design
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Illustrator Photoshop
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