There are a few different ways that you can make text follow a path in Photoshop. One way is to use the Pen Tool to draw a path, and then use the Type On A Path Tool to type on that path. Another way is to use a Shape Layer and then use the Type On A Path Tool.
To use the Pen Tool to draw a path, first make sure that the Pen Tool is selected in the Tools palette. Then click on the point where you want to start drawing the path. Move the mouse to where you want to end the path, and then click again.
Photoshop will automatically create a straight line between those two points. To create curves, click and hold down the mouse button after clicking on the first point, and then drag the mouse in the direction that you want the curve to go. When you release the mouse button, Photoshop will create a curve between those two points.
To use the Type On A Path Tool, first make sure that your text layer is selected in the Layers palette. Then select the Type On A Path Tool from the Tools palette.
Click on the point where you want to start typing, and then type your text. To move to another point on the path, either click on another point with the Type On A Path Tool or use the arrow keys on your keyboard.
If you want to use a Shape Layer, first create a new Shape Layer by clicking on the “Create new layer” icon in the Layers palette. Then select the shape that you want to use from the Shape drop-down menu in the Options Bar. Click and drag on your canvas to create your shape.
Once you’ve created your shape, make sure that it’s selected in the Layers palette and then select the Type On A Path Tool from the Tools palette. Click on one of the points of your shape and then type your text. You can move to other points on your shape by either clicking on them with