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Typewriter Text on Image | Tutorial


Posted on August 11th, by koci hernandez in Apps, Blog, Tutorials, Video. 14 comments

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to blend text onto an image, using iPhone apps, Filterstorm, Polamatic, The Amazing Type-Writer and SquareReady. Also I show you how to get non-square images ready for Instagram.





14 Responses to “Typewriter Text on Image | Tutorial”

  1. Fabio says:

    Thank you very much for sharing!
    I tried to add the “typewritten” text as you described, and I found that the best blending mode is “Darken”… The paper of the typewritten text just went invisible with no trace. It all works also with the Blender app.
    ciao
    Fabio

  2. LynneM says:

    Nice tutorial. I’ve been looking for an excuse to buy that typewriter app. Bingo!

  3. Paul says:

    Another great tutorial, Koci. Thank you! I just learned another cool thing about Filterstorm. And I love The Amazing Typewriter with sound effects and all!nn1

  4. Vae Nox says:

    Thanks for this clear tutorial!
    It will be very useful, and I was wondering how to make these “non square” pictures 😉

  5. Peter says:

    Good news, the recent update for Polamatic includes HiRes. I think your tutorial made all the difference.

  6. Thanx for sharing Richard. Yesterday there was an update of Polamatic, which gives now a (somewhat) higher output resolution of 1050x1275px. So that’s a slight improvement!

  7. Leah says:

    Nice tutorial!!! really useful apps. explained greatly. Thanks for the share.

  8. Natasha Racic says:

    Thank you for the helpful tutlrial and for the app recommendations!

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