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Getting myself into Photoshop skin creating, anyone have any advice on creating racing sticker numbers that actually look like the real life subject? I tried some fonts using the type text tool as placeholders, but nothing I have found so far seems to look right compared the original car.
Obviously this forum isn't the place for a full on Photoshop tutorial, but if anyone has any pointers as in how they would general approach it themselves? Would you just create your own free form shape? Use maybe a specific tool or use an image like a stencil? Just curious as can't find much online to what I'm specifically trying to do, so before I spend a few nights trying out a few different things, would be grateful for any advice ether way or if you know a good font
Here's a preview to get an idea what I'm working on.
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you can always try and do it the long winded way of uploading the image to https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont and go through the list till you find something acceptable and then go to https://www.dafont.com/ and see if they have a font available for free that works.
alternatively the Gran turismo logo repository is a handy place to try.
Or the old fashioned way of google image race number plates / year / car model / race series.