Make a Baseball Jersey Text Style In Photoshop


Create a Baseball Jersey Text Style Using Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to create a baseball jersey text style from scratch.

In case you’re wondering I randomly selected the number #48, but the name on the jersey is actually my Twitter screen name! If you have a Twitter account, you can follow me @JRfromPTC!

In this Text Effect Tutorial, I’ll go through the steps of creating a textured background to replicate the fabric of jerseys, and I’ll also show you how to create the stitching around the text using a custom brush.

The font used in this tutorial is Jersey M54, which can be downloaded for free at Dafont.com

Final Image:

Baseball Jersey Text Effect In Photoshop

If you enjoyed this tutorial, make sure to follow PTC on YouTube! And if you create something using this tutorial, then share it on social media with the hashtag #PTCvids for a chance to get featured!

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Tommy

I love the tutorials, but I have yet to be able to download the tutorial files when you have to go through Facebook. It was much better when you just had the downloads available without the Facebook / Twitter Links.

Terrance

Loved this one. Keep up the good work and will be waiting for the next one.

Lea

Thanks for the tutorial 🙂 I only have Elements 11 so couldn’t really go from the stitching and beyond (no paths, groups etc) but for the most part I could follow along and was happy with the result. Look forward to your next tutorial.

David

Thanks for the tutorials. Even if I don’t emulate your lesson I can often use the principles or a technique in my own design practices. Looking forward to future lessons. If you’re interested, here’s my portfolio: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MTech-Enterprises/108125962594230?sk=photos_stream

Darren Smith

Thanks for the tutorial Jesus, I’m a basketball fan; keep up the GREAT work