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John CuevasRe: Ink Bleed on Selected Text
by on Jul 22, 2012 at 5:20:13 pm

One method to accomplishing this would be to use masks and track mattes. Duplicate your text layer and mask out one word. Now take your ink bleed layer and place it below your masked text layer and change it's track matte to alpha. When the ink bleeds on it will cover up the white layer of text below.

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