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  1. 01-22-2010, 05:46 AM
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    Hello and welcome to my thread on how to get the Modern Warfare 2 font

    Things you will need before doing anything:
    Adobe Photoshop CS4 - Click [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to download the 30 day trial
    Bankgothic MD BT font - Click [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to download it

    Step 1: Install the Bankgothic MD BT font by going to Control Panel > Fonts
    Then just drag and drop the font file you downloaded into that folder

    Step 2: Open Adobe Photoshop CS4

    Step 3: Click File > New
    Set your settings as the ones below:



    Step 4:
    Fill the background colour black with the Paint Bucket Tool:



    Step 5:
    Click the Text Button and Write Whatever you want



    Step 6:
    Highlight it and change the colour to EEFFEE



    Step 7: In the bottom right, right click the layer which has your text in it and click Blending Options
    Then go to Outer Glow



    Step 8: Click the colour button in the outer glow menu and change the colour to 7DFF6E click OK



    Step 9: In the outer glow menu, Set size to 20



    Step 10: Click File > New
    Set your settings same as the ones below:



    Step 11: Zoom into the new file 2000%

    Step 12: Select black colour and paint a quare dot directly in the middle with the pencil tool, same as below:



    Step 13: Click Edit > Define Pattern
    Type in MW2 Font and click OK

    Step 14:
    Now go back to the old image by clicking the left tab in the top:



    Step 15:
    Click new layer in the bottom right:



    Step 16: Select the pattern stomp tool, and make sure that the pattern you have just created is selected in the top:



    Step 17: Lightly go over your text with the pattern stomp tool, do not hold it on one area for too long and make sure you cover the whole text

    Step 18: In the bottom right, set opacity to 23%



    Your finished product will look like this:

    if this guide helped you


    This took me a while to compose
    So please give credits when sharing, thx
    Last edited by PHO3NIX~; 01-22-2010 at 06:18 AM.

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  3. 01-22-2010, 06:20 AM
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    Seen this before but nice tut, Thanks
  4. 01-22-2010, 06:46 AM
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    Originally Posted by Cpt.Smelly View Post
    Seen this before but nice tut, Thanks
    Yeah, theres 1 or 2 vids on youtube but they don't explain it clearly, and they don't have the colour hex codes
    So I figured I'd just post it up here in a video-less form, because it makes it easier to follow
  5. 01-22-2010, 06:54 AM
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    Yeh thanks for that

    Ill be using that soon.
  6. 01-22-2010, 07:00 AM
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    If anyone has any problems, then tell me where you are stuck in here
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    stuck on step7 can't find the blending options
  8. 01-22-2010, 07:43 AM
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    Originally Posted by d00dst3r View Post


    stuck on step7 can't find the blending options

    You have to select the layer with the text on it
    Which looks the layer below the one you have selected in the picture

    If you still can't select blending options, try rasterizing the layer
  9. 01-22-2010, 10:05 AM
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    Hey Thanks For This
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    Originally Posted by Jayy-Designnz View Post
    Hey Thanks For This
    Certainly welcome anytime
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