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I'm trying to insert text into an image and I'd like to make a few edits. First, I'd like to shrink the size of the text even smaller than the minimum text size. Is this possible?

Secondly, I'd like to curve the text to make it appear that it is part of a curved surface in the image. Is there any way to do that?

I want to make these edits to the text in a separate layer and then add it to the underlying image. Thanks for any tips you all can provide.

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I'm trying to insert text into an image and I'd like to make a few edits. First, I'd like to shrink the size of the text even smaller than the minimum text size. Is this possible?

Secondly, I'd like to curve the text to make it appear that it is part of a curved surface in the image. Is there any way to do that?

I want to make these edits to the text in a separate layer and then add it to the underlying image. Thanks for any tips you all can provide.

First off, as far as i know, PDN does not allow you to edit text once you move on. (the same as MS Paint)

Technically speaking you could shrink the text down smaller than the minimum size, but I doubt you could shrink it much, or even any, any still be able to read it.

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Type the text on its own layer, then select it with a rectangle select tool and use the handles to shrink it smaller.

To arc text, use Tube Oblique, Rectangular to Polar, or Shape3D - all of which are available in the Plugins section. Find them using http://searchpaint.net. :-)

 

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