Can the insofta text commander be used to create shadows and reflections?

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Can the insofta text commander be used to create shadows and reflections which are as good as Photoshop or any other professional photo editor? If possible, what are the steps to follow?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #145480

Can the insofta text commander be used to create shadows and reflections?

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Hi,

Yes, you can create shadows and reflections using the insofta text commander. In fact it's a good software and can be an alternative to Photoshop and Gimp in this field of work.

Here are the steps to follow if you want to enable shadows and reflections:

1) Press Ctrl + N to Open the new project Wizard

 create shadows and reflections using the insofta text commander

2) Select what you want and then go "Next"

3) Continue choosing parameters you want for the next steps, and press "Next" each time, until you see "Shadow and Reflection" 

4) Choose to enable Shadow and enable reflection as shown in this picture:

Choose to enable Shadow and enable reflection

Then click on "Finish" and it's done.

Answered By 0 points N/A #145481

Can the insofta text commander be used to create shadows and reflections?

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Hi,

You can generate impressive three dimensional text complete with realistic shadows and reflections using Photoshop.

To make text and generate reflections follow the following steps:

1. Open the insofta text commander program and type the text intended to be edited in the text area provided. In the case below, the image shows the typed text as "NEW FILE".

 insofta text commander program

2. To generate reflections, click on the reflection tab and adjust the controls to the suitable levels.

reflection tab and adjust the controls to the suitable levels

3. To generate shadows click on the shadow tab on the menu and adjust the levels to your preferred appearance.

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