Google Logo Tutorial

19May06

google logoGoogle uses the font catull to make its logos and stuff. The font is on sale at Myfonts.com for a wooping $99. But here is a neat tutorial which will enable you to make your own google fonts in three steps using the Photoshop.

  1. Start a new document by pressing CTRL + N make it any size you want. Than select the Text tool and choose Book Antiqua as the font, set it for an approriate size that fits inside your document.
  2. Select each letter and use the following colors: G – #3364C3, o – #F31903, o – #F7D727, g – #3364C3, l – #44C406, e – #F31903.
  3. Once you’ve changed all the colors, right click on the text layer and select blending options..
  4. Once the layer style dialog pops up click Drop Shadow and use these settings: Opacity – 46%, Distance – 2px, Size – 3px. Leave everything else as is.
  5. At the same layer style dialog click Bevel and Emboss and use these settings: Depth – 166%, Soften – 5px, Angle – 120. Leave everything else as is.

Google Fonts using Photoshop (Via)



9 Responses to “Google Logo Tutorial”

  1. 1 varun

    using PS u mean!!

  2. 2 gapp

    Ah! yes PS, it is. Well there is a way to use ms word too. will post it soon. thanx for pointing it out.

  3. You don’t even need Photoshop for this. Just click here:
    Google Logo Creator

  4. 4 Val

    If anyone wants Catull (Google) font, contact me, I’ve got Catull Bold, Italic, Medium & Regular.
    valeriesmallwood1965@hotmail.co.uk

  5. I posted this tuto on my blog and translated it.😀
    Credits to you

  6. Hey there! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any trouble with hackers?
    My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and I ended up losing several weeks of hard work due
    to no back up. Do you have any solutions to protect against hackers?


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