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can this effect be achieved in photoshop? if so, how?

the shape of the text, that is
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I don't think there's something that can't be done through photoshop

rasterizing the type and then warping might work. There's probably some other better way.

This image doesn't look very precise though.

Also learn the basics about a software before asking
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>>359903
This is the best i could do OP
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>>359902
just use some style that do that on photoshop
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Well, I tried
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>>359902
just some shaping, gradient and masking
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>>359902
If you can’t figure this elementary shit out I have bad news for you. Warped text, this is without rasterising. You can get 100% if you rasterise it.



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