First of all, you need the basic shape of letter composition. You can draw these shapes manually using the Pen Tool. Alternatively, there are some plugins available that can help simplify the process.
You can experiment with different font options, but what's more important is the simplicity of the outline, not the shape of the letters. I recommend using sans-serif and display fonts for their simplicity.
The path should be simple; a single character should not have too many points.
If there are too many points, fix it, by using the “Simplify” plugin. It reduces points and simplifies a vector path. Bear in mind, before using this plugin, split text by letter, using another useful plugin called "Text Splitter". It is important because the "Simplify" plugin attempts to connect all the points into a single curve, which can be inconvenient during letter shapes editing.
To enter vector edit mode:
To access a point’s Bézier handles:
Try to create imperfect forms, unpredictable distortions, and smooth curves. Imagine you are writing with liquid ink on a glossy surface. However, you can still experiment with shape, sharpness of angles, and degree of distortion to achieve extraordinary results.
To remove the background, select the pasted image and run the "Icons8 Background Remover" plugin. The background will be automatically removed. Well done! You can use this compositions to create stunning and stylish posters, shots, posts, stories, landings, and more.
You can also apply adjustments to Images. These work like the filters or settings you'd see in photo editing software. You can apply Image Adjustments via the Image options menu.