Adding Details to Our Text
we'll make this look more like it's in the environment. You see the shadows coming from the trees, we can see that the sun is probably somewhere behind the camera because of the way the shadows are. So an easy way to do that is just take the movie title, duplicate it. So I'm just pressing command D. Now for now, I'm just going to work with the top one. What I can do is just change the character color to black. Or if you want a quick and easy way to do it, go to your effects and presets type in Phil under generate, take the generate Phil effect, apply it to the movie title and then up in the effects controls, you can change the color of the fill to whatever you want. But for me I'm going to use black now. It looks a little too blocky. So what I'm gonna do for now go back to character and take off the stroke to get it to look a little bit more like a shadow. We want to add a little blur to it. So again under effects and presets. Type in blur. There's a blur and sharpen folder. There's lo...
ts of cool blurs down here. I like using the Gaussian blur. Drop that on that title. Let me turn off the movie title underneath it. You'll see here that this is just the title we're working with and increase the blurriness. Something like 18 or 19 looks pretty good. Okay now let's turn back our other movie title. Let's put the movie title to below and rename it to shadow. So we know what we're working with and then we're going to zoom in and Do a three D rotation of the shadow. So if I click on three D enable, I make sure my anger point, which it already is, but if it's not for you, make sure it's at the bottom of the layer. Now, I'm going to bring our to bring up rotation and I see that my rotation is kind of funky, so I'm going to have