The 1 Layer Bubbly Text Effect!

In this tutorial I will show you guys how to do this:

bubbly_done.jpg

The best part about it, is that it is done using no more than 1 layer . You better believe it!
Let’s begin.

Step 1

Start by typing out any word you want using the Type Tool. I used a round thick looking font for this tutorial. Once the word is typed out – simply go over to the layers panel and double click on this layer. Or right click over it and select “Blending Options” . This will open the “Layer Style” window.

Step 2

First Select/check “Drop Shadow” and use the following values :

bubby_drop.jpg

Step 3

Now select/check “Gradient Overlay” make sure the Style is on linear and the other values are like this:
bubbly_gradient_overlay.gif

Now click on the Gradient bar in the middle – this will pop up another window so we can edit the colors for the gradient.
We want to use 3 colors. As shown in this screen-shot below:

bubby_grad_details.gif

Tips :
To add a “color square” just click anywhere below the gradient bar.
To remove it, just drag it downwards!
To change its color – click on it and than the color will show up below in the “Stops” area where you can change the color there.

Step 4

Now to finish it off….

Select/check “Stroke” and enter the following values :

bubby_stroke.gif

now you can click “OK”

and you are done! Awesome effect in 1 layer!

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