Drawing Banners to Title Cluster
So let's talk about drawing banners and using text and and titles are end alphabets together, so sometimes we might have a bit of a longer title and we so instead of title here let's use the example tile goes here and so we want to have it take up not a lot of visual way because goes here wouldn't be very exciting, but it is part of the title, so we're going to add a banner to our title cluster that's going to be a shape so that we can use text with our title now to make it really dynamic we if we just put it on top of everything not very nice we just put it underneath everything it wouldn't be very nice either, so we can just like we did with the ribbon we can pull it on top of some letters and pull other letters on top of it so that it kind of messes in with our letters and then let's make it white um let's notch this banner like we did on the other one. So I know that I talked about when we were talking about papers that it's important to make sure that your anything that you want t...
o have a banner has a direct middle point so it's like exactly two inches so that you know one inches of direct center but if you don't have that option, you can also clicking got a click and drag a guide down to the center of something and now you know that that's the direct center of that banner, and you can add the anchor point to it on both sides because we're going to notch in on both sides and again, we wantto convert an anchor point because it's curved right now and then we can drag it in a little bit, holding down shift so it drags on the straight line, and now I'm gonna show you what happens if you don't convert that anchor point, you can see it's curved, but if you notice that that's a problem, you can always convert it afterwards, too. So now I'm just going toe goes here, and now you can mix your favorite text fonts, her texter, stamped fonts, even with your title what you find with this kind of titles, um, typically I used typewriter fonts for this kind of stuff for things that go on banners. I like the typewriter fonts because let's say you were you were using this fund specifically, it kind of mimics the title farmed, and so it it doesn't give enough variation, so if we go to typical writer again, instead it gives you a lot more variation then before
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