How to make this:
1. Open up your graphic in photoshop. If you are making a gif, create a new file and I’ll tell you how to add it on later. Go to the text tool in the toolbox and select ‘Horizontal Type Tool’. Select your font and size and type out the first line.
2. Select what you have typed. Now you are going to make the words evenly spaced out. If you do not have the Paragraph button in your window (x), here is how to add it. Now Click on the Paragraph button and select the furthest option (Justify All). All of the words should now be evenly spaced apart.
3. Now onto the rest of your sentence. Enter/return onto the next line. Select your new font/style (I just changed it to Italics) and type out the next few words. Now for this particular one you want the words to be spaced out evenly, but have a larger space in between the words.
Unfortunately, you can’t do this in the same textbox because as soon as you put a space between the letters, photoshop groups them together like above. So, for now just put a few full stops in between the words and we’ll come back to it later.
For the last one, we are going to have just one word. So, enter/return onto the last line and type out the word. Photoshop should make it evenly spaced for you. The font I used for this last one is called ‘Dawning of a New Day’ (link here).
4. Now back to the tricky one; ‘That you’ll’. Click on the textbox, select and copy the words, then delete them. There should now be a clear space between the top and bottom line where the words were. Now, create a new textbox and paste the words. Delete all of the words except for the first one and adjust/move it to where it should be. Continue to do this until all of the words are where you want them.
5. The text part is complete! Now, for the box :). Create a new layer and make sure it is selected. Go to the toolbox and select ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool’ (x). Create a box around the text, right click and select ‘Stroke’. A grey box should appear with a bunch of options, select the colour you want and make the Width ‘1’ for a thin line like mine.
6. Now its time to combine all of the layers. Select all of the text layers, right click and select ‘Convert to Smart Object’. Then, select the new Smart Object and the box layer, right click and select ‘Merge Layers’ NOT Merge Visible. Your typography is now its own seperate layer, that can be used on any graphic or gif you wish. If you want to put this on top of a gif, simply remove the visibility of the background, copy the existing layer and paste it on THE VERY TOP of the gif layers.
Finished! Please like or reblog if you found this helpful :)