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I’m going to add another screen layer just to brighten these guys up a little bit, maybe something like that. All right, and control S, save, and we can get started on our text. So we got Christian, and choose a suitable color, I don’t know. Of course, you got your eyedropper tool, you can actually just choose a color from your background, pretty nifty, and I’m hating that font, because I’m sure you are too. I’m going to try Avalon. And that’s not too shabby.
And I don’t know this other dudes names but I got them written down here somewhere. All right, Chris told me to remember this guy, was the one who looked like Ron Jeremy so, that’s why it says Ron Jeremy marked on guitar. So, right, let’s duplicate that layer, and call this guy not Ron Jeremy but Mark, and duplicate that layer, other guy here is George, and duplicate that layer. And this guys name is Leo, ok and let’s kind of line these up a little bit better. Let’s make sure those are lined up, which it doesn’t look like they are. We can also like offset these so they’re not all lined up the same. Kind of create a nice look. Kind of separates them out a little bit better. And all right, so, I believe this guy is guitar, change up that font, and I think I’m going to use Ribbon. Change up the color. And you can change your current name and change the space between the paragraphs. And here, I’m going to do something like that. Make sure you use the same settings on each of these. So, make note of the color that you chose for these titles, and you can actually just paste that same color. And let’s see what happens if we throw like a low emboss on there.