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How To Make Speech Bubbles Using The Custom Shape Tool In Photoshop

Jennifer Farley

  • December 8, 2017
  • Photoshop Vector Tools

Last Updated on September 3, 2020

Speech bubbles are useful for conveying ideas in design and are used frequently in web, graphic and logo design and also as icons. Photoshop CC comes with a set of speech bubble shapes just waiting for you to use them, but they are hidden away a little bit. I’ll show you how to find them and how to add them to your designs and change their colour.

Photoshop Shape Tools

Photoshop comes with five basic shape tools – the Rectangle Tool, the Rounded Rectangle Tool, the Ellipse Tool, the Polygon Tool, and the Line Tool. These let us add simple geometric shapes like rectangles, squares and circles, as well as stars, starbursts and direction arrows, to our images.

Photoshop also comes has the Custom Shape Tool which allows us to create more interesting and complex shapes such as snowflakes, pawprints, light bulbs and … speech bubbles. The really great thing about all of these tools is that they are Vector drawing tools . ( Learn the difference between Bitmap and Vector images here ).

That means we can make the shapes bigger and smaller without any loss of quality. I’ve added a special cheatsheet to this post – a three page PDF which includes a Custom Shape Quickstart and a visual guide to all of Photoshop’s Custom Shapes. Download it below or at the end of the post.

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How to use the custom shape tool in photoshop.

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2. On the Options bar at the top of the screen, make sure the first drop down option is set to Shape . This ensures that you are creating vector shapes which will either be filled with the colour and/or stroke colour you choose. Next, select a Fill colour. In this example, I’m using red. Leave the Stroke colour as empty and ignore the rest of the options except the actual Shape option. Click on the Shape drop down box and choose the Talk Bubble.

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3. Drag out the shape in your image window. Hold down Shift as you drag to constrain the proportions of the bubble, otherwise, it will look stretched and distorted.

When you’ve dragged the speech bubble to the size you want, release the mouse. And there it is!

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Changing The Colour Of The Speech Bubble

Ok, now you have a lovely speech bubble, but let’s say red is not your colour. How do you change it? There are two quick ways to change colour of any vector shape that you draw in Photoshop.

1.In the Layers panel, double-click on the thumbnail (highlighted in green below) on the new Shape layer that you’ve just created. This will open the Photoshop Color Picker box.

Simply choose whichever colour you like best by picking a base colour in the tall colour slider strip, and then click in the main colour field to choose how light or dark that colour will be. You’ll notice that the nice thing about shape layers is, when you double-click on their thumbnail to change colour, you can try out lots of colours before clicking OK as the changes will happen as you move around the colour picker. When you are happy with your colour click OK .

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2. An alternative way to change colour is this: First make sure that the speech bubble is selected (it is selected when you can see the path and the anchor points of the shape). Then on the Options bar at the top of the screen, click on the Fill colour. You can choose to have No Color, which is the first option, a solid color, a gradient or a pattern. By default, the solid color is selected and when you choose one of the swatches below, it will instantly change to that colour. If you don’t see a color you want in the swatches you can also choose to click on the Color Picker option which opens the usual Photoshop Color Picker.

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How To Make A Speech Bubble With A Stroke Around It Rather Than A Fill

If you want only a coloured stroke around a speech bubble but no fill colour inside it, you can quickly set that up in your Options bar at the top of the screen in Photoshop.

1.With the Custom Shape Tool selected as before, go to the Options bar. Click on the Fill colour and set it to No Color (as shown above), then click on the Stroke option and choose the color you want using either the Swatches in the drop-down box or the Color Picker as above.

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3. You also have a choice of solid, dash or dotted lines on your stroke. To change the Stroke type, click on the drop down and choose the style you like.

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How To Find More Speech Bubble Shapes

Now you know how to create and modify a vector speech bubble, you might be wondering if that is the only speech bubble shape available in Photoshop? Well no, there are actually quite a few more hidden away for us to play with. Here’s how we get to them:

1.With the Custom Shape Tool selected, in the Options bar at the top of the Photoshop screen, click on the Shape drop down. Then click on the sub-menu (it looks like a cog wheel) and choose Talk Bubbles .

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2. A dialog box will open asking if you want to Replace or Append the current set of Shapes. I usually choose Append, and this adds the new set of shapes to the end of the currently visible shapes.

3. Now scroll down through the shapes and you’ll see a lovely set of speech bubbles.

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4. Click on the bubble you want to draw and then click and drag out the shape on the image window. Remember to hold down Shift to constrain the proportions on the bubble.

Try out different shapes, different colours and different strokes.

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I hope you’ve found this useful. If you have any questions please put it in the comments below and I’ll do my best to answer it.

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Master the Art of Adding Speech Bubbles in Photoshop: A Step-by-Step Guide [with Statistics and Examples]

Master the Art of Adding Speech Bubbles in Photoshop: A Step-by-Step Guide [with Statistics and Examples]

Short answer: Adding a speech bubble in Photoshop can be done using the Custom Shape Tool or creating a vector shape using the Pen Tool. Then, add text and a pointer to complete the speech bubble effect.

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Photoshop is an incredible software that enables you to do almost anything with a photo or image. One of the most popular uses of photoshop is adding speech bubbles. Speech bubbles can be seen everywhere these days, from social media posts and blogs to comics and memes; they are fun, engaging, and an effective way to convey messages in a creative way. However, creating speech bubbles in Photoshop requires skill and knowledge of the software.

If you’re looking forward to mastering this art, here’s a witty and clever guide on how you can add speech bubbles in Photoshop like a pro!

Step 1: Choose the Right Image

Before you start adding speech bubbles, choose the right image for your design. Make sure that the image has enough space surrounding it where you want to place your bubble.

Step 2: Decide on Your Bubble Shape

Now that you have your image ready, decide on what type of bubble shape you want to create – whether it be circular or rectangular. Next, select the “Custom Shape Tool” from the toolbar on the left-hand side of your screen.

Step 3: Drawing Your Bubble

Draw out your chosen shape for your bubble by clicking and dragging across the area where you want it placed on top of the photo. Holding down shift while drawing will keep proportions consistent.

Step 4: Add Text

Now we have our speech bubble! Select “T” too if it’s not already selected from left sidebar. Click inside of our newly created speech bubble canvas – this creates a text layer just inside our new shape!

Type in whatever message or text desired until satisfied.

To adjust size and/or font style its easy using some tools located right beside every editing screen once chosen everything correctly (size & font) then go ahead fill color field too which lies among other options like Bold/Italic – just beneath them.

Next aligning text again heading towards top toolbar people looking something quick could click Align Center, while advanced users may choose remaining options from the dropdown.

Step 5: Adjusting Text and Speech Bubble

Now that we’ve added text to our speech bubble, it’s time to adjust both by selecting them both at the same time (Click on Text or Shift + Click) now in order resize, drag each side/edge. Also add any further changes by using the keyboard shortcut “CTRL” and “T.”

Voila! You have created your own custom speech bubble in Photoshop.

Step 6: Save Your Work

Before concluding your work, make sure to save your project thoroughly in case if you want to alter anything later after once saving even you can convert these designs into different other formats.! Just click on ‘File’ menu option and select “Save As…”. Choose a suitable file format like JPG for easy sharing or PNG & others pertaining multiple purposes where transparency is required.

Conclusion:

Adding speech bubbles in Photoshop is an art that requires practice but with this witty guide, you’ll be able to master it quickly. Once you’ve learned how to create speech bubbles, congratulations! You will have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for creative expression. Use these tips to create amazing ideas like comics/memes/speeches etc. We hope this tutorial has been helpful; let us know what works best for you, share some pictures of what you’ve created with us!

Adding speech bubbles to images can add extra depth and context to a picture. Photoshop provides a creative platform for designers and social media experts to experiment with various designs, colours, and styles. However, before trying any method, you may have several questions in your mind.

Here are some frequently asked questions about adding speech bubbles in photoshop:

1) How to create a speech bubble in Photoshop?

Photoshop has many ways of creating speech bubbles. You can start by drawing a shape with the pen tool or using vector shapes. Then, you can use layer effects such as Bevel & Emboss, Stroke, and Drop Shadow effects to make the bubble look more natural.

2) Can I customize my Speech Bubble?

Yes! With different shapes and sizes available from custom designs or pre-designed templates online- Your imagination is your limit! You could also choose your font colours and backgrounds that best match your image design .

3) How do I get rid of tail end points from my bubble?

It’s quite easy! Use Pen Tool on Add Anchor Point mode (hold Alt / Option key ) at each point where it needs to be deleted- then delete using Delete Key/Trash Icon

4) Are there any pitfalls when adding Speech Bubbles?

Sometimes text size does not fit inside the bubble and becomes too large for it- resultantly making it less attractive! It would be best if you balanced the size of Text Bubble while keeping in mind how much space is left for images without crowding.

5) How do I insert text into my Speech Bubble?

Using Type Tool Keyboard shortcut T will give you access to add text[ Inside-Speech(The Round Part), Outside-Speech(Tail End)]. Once added- adjust font size according to Space available inside speech bubbles

6) How do I create 3D effect on Speech Bubbles?

In order to achieve a realistic look/depth perception – use a combination of Bevel & Emboss, Inner Shadow and Gradient effect – to achieve a raised 3D effect.

Adding speech bubbles in photoshop is a fun way to give your images more meaning and creativity. With the right tools and techniques, you can add professional-looking bubbles that perfectly fit into any design . It’s an opportunity to add your personal touch and customize it, so take advantage of it!

As a photo editing software, Adobe Photoshop is well-known for its comprehensive features and tools. One of the useful tools included in this respected program is the Speech Bubble feature. Most people think that adding speech bubbles to photos can only be done through specialized software or applications, but not with Photoshop.

With this incredible feature, you can make your images come alive by adding witty dialogue or thoughts via speech bubbles. Besides adding personality and pizzazz to your photos, here are five surprising facts about using speech bubble feature in Photoshop:

1. It’s easy to use

The first thing to love about this feature is that it’s straightforward to use. You don’t need any specialized skills since it’s just a matter of selecting the custom shape tool from the toolbar and choosing the bubble shape you want.

You can also select different styles like tail length, stroke width, color or personalized fonts depending on your preference . Once you click on an area where you want the bubble, Type Tool option will pop up then type whatever information or message you would like people to understand better.

2. Wide range of speech bubbles

When working with Photoshop’s speech bubbles tool, creativity gives existence limitless options when creating various looks for messages throughout pictures you may work with. There are different shapes and sizes available ranging from small circles to large rectangles which can all convey different meanings depending on how they’re used with text or images.

On top of that, there are numerous pre-made shapes suitable for different occasions – such as comic book-style conversation bubbles often used as part of slogans promoting specific products/services etc., giving endless freedom when it comes down styling out messages through image content assistance.

3. Perfect for branding Adding a logo within a speech bubble creates unique visual breaking points helps tremendously improving brand recognition across Marketing Strategies while reinforcing marketing campaigns repeat value awareness after sales offering.

4. Catchy headlines Using catchy headlines in bolded texts provides readers more pronounced understanding at a glance; the ability to hook potential readers of your work with anything from high-impact questions, play on words or statements that convey a sense of urgency, connecting them with deeper emotional connection & engaging taglines instantly.

5. Expressive tool The Speech Bubble feature in Photoshop offers tremendous flexibility to unleash your creativity while visually portraying emotions or information conveyed by people for effective communication. It’s a perfect way to add zest, humor and excitement to images when representing dialogue or storytelling through graphics .

In conclusion, these five facts highlight how the Speech Bubble feature in Photoshop could add an additional touch of finesse to your images . From straightforward shapes and sizes up to customizable bubbles that perfectly suit your style; this feature offers different ways you can connect with viewers in specific ways, so feel free to sit back and experiment using it as much as possible!

As photographs continue to dominate our social media feeds, it’s important to make them engaging and interactive. One way to do this is by adding speech bubbles to your photos! They can convey a message, add humor or emphasize sarcasm. The good news is that you don’t need any special software besides Adobe Photoshop and some basic knowledge on how to manipulate images.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to add speech bubbles:

Step 1: Choose the photo

The first step is selecting the photograph that you want to add a speech bubble in. Look for something appropriate that compliments the text you have in mind. Once chosen, open it Photoshop.

Step 2: Create a new layer

Creating a new layer allows you to work on your image without altering the original photo . Click on the “Layer” menu and select “New Layer”. You can also use the shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+N (Command+Shift+N for Mac users).

Step 3: Draw your Speech Bubble

Next up, select the Ellipse Tool. To draw an ellipse that matches the shape of a speech bubble, hold down Shift + Alt while dragging with Left Mouse Button pressed down. This will create an incomplete oval shape which you can drag into becoming the exact size of your preference but avoid making it too big or small lest it becomes comical.

Step 4: Add text into your Speech Bubble

After creating your desired oval outline for your speech bubble with its accompanying tail, select the Text Tool from Photoshop’s toolbar box located at either side or at top depending on layout preferences applied earlier.

Once selected from options bar where tool resides by default settings aligning around screen’s edges under File Menu > Edit > Preferences > Type (Ctrl/Cmd-K before accessing) if formatting edits needed beforehand such as Font Family/Size/Style etc., click directly on top of either edge inside bubble or outside tail endpoint so blinking vertical marker, which is your text cursor, appears. Type in your preferred message in the speech bubble.

Step 5: Style your Speech Bubble

To give prominence to the bubble and make it more stylish, use layer styles. Double click on the new layer you just created (Layer 1) to open up layer options then click “Layer Styles”. Changing the sub-attributes such as Gradient Overlay and Stroke on the same window can help customize bubbles depending on personal preference .

Step 6: Make some adjustments

Now that you’ve added your speech bubble to your photo, you may need to make some adjustments like repositioning or resizing. Using Move Tool and Free Transform command accessed via clicking menu bar Edit > Free Transform or pressing Ctrl+T (Cmd+T for Mac user), resize and fit as preferred.

Step 7: Save Your Work

Last but not least, save everything by clicking File > Save As. Choose a file type that supports transparency like PNG or PSD (Photoshop Document) so that when you place it over another image, there won’t be any unpleasant white box surrounding your speech bubble!

There you have it — an easy step-by-step guide on adding speech bubbles to your photos using Photoshop. Now start getting creative!

If a picture speaks a thousand words, then adding speech bubbles to your images can add character, personality and even narrative to them. Being able to convey emotion, dialogue or context with a simple speech bubble or thought bubble in Photoshop is not only useful for graphic designers or illustrators but also photographers who want to express their subject’s thoughts or feelings.

Here are some tips for using speech bubbles in Photoshop that will allow your images to speak without actually saying anything.

1. Choose the right font

The font you choose for your speech bubble is essential in setting the tone of communication within the image. A comic-style “Bang” probably wouldn’t work too well on an image of a business meeting, right? Use fonts like Comic Sans MS, Brush Script MT or even hand-written styles if looking for cartoon-like effects. However, if creating something more elegant, go for fonts like Helvetica Neue Light or Myriad Pro Regular as these give off a sleeker look giving it more sophistication.

2. Use colors wisely

Choosing the right color palette is another aspect of designing speech bubbles incorporating it into your overall image. Bolder colors make instant impacts; soft colors cater better in emotional situations and pastel tones when conveying stories with strong characters require subtlety. When picking color schemes always take into account the background elements and use contrasting colours so that they pop.

3. Placement of Speech Bubbles

Placement should be placed next to its corresponding speaker’s mouth so that the reader knows intuitively where each person’s dialogue comes from. Often seen as vertical bars next to text characters speaking indicates which direction it flows within panels left-to-right (for Western languages) horizontally-oriented flow while Japanese manga uses top-to-bottom panel flow because it follows traditional Japanese Scroll techniques drawing inspiration form calligraphy styles too. Place Thought bubbles further away than pointy/speech balloons down close enough so they don’t clutter up/interfere with other parts of the image . Adding arrows pointing to speakers and captions make sense of any changes in perspective or which character is speaking next.

4. Mimicking Facial Expressions, Voice Tone, Sound Effects

By adding in speech textures such as comic-style sound effects (like *BANG!* or *POW!*), facial expressions that compliment the words said inside the speech bubble gives off an overall impression of humour, drama or sarcastic expressions To further enhance this even more you can choose different shapes like waves depending on how loud they are or being whispered into each other’s ear with easier-to-read fonts using bold sizing for emphasis with a bit of flavour reflecting sounds within your images such water-bubbles depicting someone taking a bath.

5. Making sure size and spacing is kept appropriate

Keep text within balloons not too much area covered for too many words in order to allow visual cues point out whether it’s a question, statement, command or unsure of what to say. Balancing white space lets characters breathe continues flow thought conversation/monologue keeping panels sizes proportional consistently – keeps things looking neat tidy while allowing focal points directed singular characters if necessary.

In conclusion, speech bubbles are tools that help convey emotion and context visually without needing additional narration from text overlays. By following these tips and playing around with design elements on Adobe Photoshop software—fonts colours placement sound effects drawings—speech bubbles will be surel add interest increasing engagement level upon your visuals!

In today’s fast-paced digital world, it is becoming increasingly important for businesses and individuals to create engaging and visually appealing graphics that can capture the attention of their target audience. One of the most effective ways to do this is by incorporating speech bubbles into your designs.

Speech bubbles are a great way to add context and personality to your graphics, whether you are designing posters, social media visuals, or infographics. By adding a few words or phrases in a speech bubble, you can convey a message or an emotion in a simple yet creative way.

Fortunately, Adobe Photoshop offers powerful tools and techniques that can help you create stunning speech bubbles that will make your graphics stand out in the crowd.

Here are some tips on how to use Adobe Photoshop to enhance your graphics through speech bubbles:

1. Start with a Blank Canvas

Create a new document in Adobe Photoshop and set the dimensions as per your requirements. You can also choose from pre-set templates if you are not sure about the size of your design . Make sure that you have enough room for the speech bubble and other relevant elements.

2. Sketch Your Speech Bubble

Before diving into creating the actual speech bubble in Photoshop, it’s always helpful to sketch out your ideas on paper first. This will give you a clear idea of what type of shape and text layout would work best for your design .

3. Customize Your Shape

Using different shape tools like Ellipse Tool, Custom Shape Tool, etc., customize a shape that suits best with yours requirements for Speech Bubble.

4. Choose Your Text Style

Once you’ve created the shape of your speech bubble, it’s time to add text ! Selecting an appropriate font style for your text is crucial here as it impacts how well people will read and understand your message.

5.Add Some Creative Effects

To create an even better effect on speaking challenges on their images or logos etc., try experimenting with different effects such as gradients fills , drop shadows, outlines, and more.

6. Incorporate Your Speech Bubble

Now that you have created your perfect speech bubble design use the “Move” tool from the toolbar to drag and drop the bubble over the desired part of your graphic design.

By adding speech bubbles in Adobe Photoshop, not only can you convey a message, you can also add some humor or personality into your designs. It’s ultimately about selecting the right text material that will resonate with your target audience.

In summary, adding a speech bubble in Photoshop is an effective way to make a statement and enhance your graphics for all occasions. With these few simple steps, you can easily create unique bubble effect on images using Adobe Photoshop – it’s time to get creative!

Information from an expert: Adding speech bubbles in Photoshop is a great way to add more personality and context to your images. By using the shape tool and customizing it to your liking, you can create unique speech bubbles that match the style of your image. There are also various options for adding text within the bubble itself or as a separate layer . With practice, adding speech bubbles in Photoshop can be quick and easy, allowing you to elevate your images with dynamic dialogue.

The first version of Adobe Photoshop was released in 1988, and since then it has become the go-to software for photo editing and manipulation.

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A collection of speech bubbles indicating discussion, a dialogue between two people, chats, and more. These multiple and double speech bubbles for free download will make sure you have handy and good-looking text boxes to depict conversation.

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Looking for ready-made pictures and designs with editable speech bubbles? Well, here are several examples of speech bubbles on pictures, background, and pop art illustrations, featuring cartoon characters or not. All ready to be downloade for free and filled with your own custom text.

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A collection of free printable speech bubbles prepared in scalable PDF file formats or high-resolution PNG images. These speech bubbles are ready for printing and using in personal or commercial projects, according to your needs.

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More Cool Empty Speech & Thought Bubbles

Here, we’ve gathered even more cool empty speech bubbles made in various attractive styles. You will find chalkboard speech bubbles, 3D speech and thinking bubbles, glass effect, or sticker speech bubbles that will help you create even more attractive designs.

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How to make text fit speech bubbles by default?

Hi folks, I know how to make speech bubbles (both with vector tools and pre-made vector symbols) but I was wondering: is there a way to have the lettering automatically adjust to the balloon’s border?

I mean, can I have the text tool not crossing the speech bubble’s boundary, even moving with the balloon when I resize it, with no need to transform the text box later to make it fit, or obsessively check the preview? If yes, how?

The reason why I ask this is because the text preview isn’t totally accurate and, if I resize the text box later with the transform tool to make it fit, it would be difficult to keep exactly the same size across speech bubbles (as it wouldn’t depend on standard font size anymore, but could get accidentally stretched). I hope I explained myself.

Plus, it would be just easier if there was a way to simply type in text that starts a new line on its own when necessary. I got used to this no-brainer feature in CSP and I wondered if there was a workaround to do the same in Krita.

Why not use @Daniel_Zotin ’s “Rogudator’s Speech Bubble Generator”? This plugin has everything you need, if I’m not mistaken. Then you don’t have to reinvent the wheel again…

Thanks Michelist, I already knew about that plugin but from the video tutorial it seemed to me that it was bound to only two types balloons: rounded speech bubble and thought balloon. But I haven’t actually tried it so I might be mistaken. I’ll come back to say how it went.

Since I don’t draw manga or comics, I didn’t take a closer look at the plugin when I fixed it back then. But I am sure the speech bubble scaled dynamically with the text, and found it nice that the “arrow” of the speech bubble could be placed in different directions.

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I just tried it. It’s a nice idea but as I expected it’s not what I’m looking for. Only rounded or squared balloons and the text ends up being quite pixelated. Sorry but I don’t have the skills to improve on it.

I will keep using the nice speech bubbles created by David Revoy and Kaichi and resize text with the risk of it being slightly unequal across balloons.

Unless someone else can tell me how to connect text boxes to vector shapes. Some people also choose the approach of writing text first then add a balloon behind it, on a lower layer. That’s not my favorite solution as I like to plan those shapes first for composition reasons, but it’s a possibility.

I’ll dabble with it until I or someone else maybe come up with extra tips. Not a big problem after all, just a bit tedious. Thanks

You can resize the speech-bubbles instead of the text, that way you can preserve the text-size.

Yes but it came more natural to me to approximately calculate the size of a speech bubble first, so that it won’t create tangents, cover figures etc. But until Krita adds this feature it’s probably best to start from text indeed. I’ll write about this possible improvement in the suggestions section, people would love it especially now that many are boycotting CSP.

I found a temporary workaround thanks to @Lesqwe56 . This can be done in the free software Inkscape, like shown in this tutorial: Wrap Text Around a Shape in Inkscape 1.2 - YouTube Now that I think about it I also saw David Revoy doing lettering with Inkscape in a video on comics.

I’ve also been recommended the Lazy Text Tool plugin, which I’ll try later and give updates about: Lazy Text Tool(Prototype) – A plugin that helps you type

Update 1: the possibility to make text responsive to vector shapes, so that it never overflows them is real in Inkscape. Padding can also be adjusted very easily.

Update 2: I tried the Lazy Text Tool plugin for Krita and it gives me countless errors and makes the software crash. The creator was honest in admitting there would most likely be bugs, so I don’t blame it on them. Just letting you know that it won’t likely solve the problem highlighted by this thread. The “wrap mode” sounded promising but I can’t even test it cause Krita explodes as soon as I activate the plugin.

Update 3: I gave Rogudator’s speech bubble plugin another try and, in all fairness, it’s better than I first thought. Indeed - although the word balloons shapes it generates are only two - vector editing works well on their border so I can modify their shape later if necessary. I’m grateful for the plugin that I judged unfairly at first. Even if it doesn’t allow for the most sophisticated tasks, it may really be a no-brainer for basic word balloon creation, without needing to change software.

Here’s another short and sweet tutorial on how to make speech bubbles in Inkscape: Powerful flowed text in Inkscape 1.2! - YouTube It can be also done by importing word balloons from Krita’s vector library, although it’s a bit more laborious cause you need to ungroup the specific bubble from the vector symbols sheet then paste it onto another page and ungroup it from its tail. Only then you can flow text into the main shape. This is not possible from Rogudator’s plugin so I thought of putting it out there for those who like using speech bubbles made by David Revoy and Kaichi and would like text to automatically flow into them.

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