Lets begin this tutorial by creating a new document in photo shop.
File > New >
width: 581 pixels
With the new document created, make sure you have "Layer 1" selected and color it black with the paint bucket tool. This will be our background.
Create the text you wish to use.
Color: White but it's not necessary the giant text is a guideline.
we need to spread the text apart a bit, so when we add the outline text they won't be nocking into one another.
Window tab> Character
This will bring your character font properties up
(or click on the text tool then find the icon in the tool bar panal up top that looks like a menu tab like shown in the image)
Look for what looks to be horizontal arrows, we need to adjust the horizontal AV to 100.
Now with the text layer you created, we need to convert this into a shape. Converting it to a shape will create a work path which will be needed for the text to guide along it.
Right click on your text layer >Convert to shape
I wanted to show you here what the work path looks like when it's activated with in the layer panel.
On the left side the work path is disabled but the layer is still selected
Right side of the layer panel shows it activated
Click on the vector thumbnail with in the text shape layer to activate the work path. You will see an outline around the vector thumbnail appear, and as well around the text shape in your document.
Since it's not a simple shape, and all the outlines are not connected each piece will need to be worked on separately.
You will need to activate the vector thumbnail to work on each outline, so it's best to work from the inside of the text then the outside.
Now that we have our shape path activated, hover your text tool over the inside of the D outline, wait till you see a T with a wavy symbol that is your text path type tool. Go ahead and click and start typing, your text should start flowing along the inner part of your D
Click on the vector thumbnail again and hover your text type tool over the inner part of the g and again wait for the text path type tool symbol to appear, click and type and watch your text flow along the inner part of your g.
Click on the vector thumbnail again and hover your text type tool over the inner part of the a and again wait for the text path type tool symbol to appear, click and type and watch your text flow along the inner part of your a.
this is the result you should have from step 7
Now lets work on the outer part, remember each outline needs to be separately activated before you work on them.
Hover your text type tool over the D outside outline and wait for the text path type tool to appear. Click, and begin typing.
Results from step 9
Again reactivate the vector thumbnail to work on the next letter and wait for the text path type tool to appear.
This is the result you should have after doing steps 9 & 10
Go to your layers panel, and hide the text layer. We don't need it anymore, it was just a guide for us to use for our text to flow along it.
Look for your text shape and click on the eye to disable it, or just trash it.
Select all your new text layers > Right click and duplicate, then merge together by right clicking and then go down to "Merge Layers"
this will be our extra effect
With the merged layer selected
Filters > Blur > Radial Blur >
put these settings in for the radial blur
amount - 34