Camouflage Your Text With Bitmap Patterns
Fonts by definition are a vector shape and can only have a solid fill. That doesn’t mean you can’t create the text in your favorite graphics software and use a camouflage fill. So now our original question has gone from a camouflage font to a camouflage fill.
To make each sample pop, the Bevel filter in Alien Skin’s Eye Candy was used. Corel PHOTO-PAINT users can try the included “The Boss” filter to get similar results. Lastly, a subtle drop shadow was added on each sample. In total, it took less than five minutes to create both of the samples shown. When you have a bunch of really cool bitmap patterns like those offered by Seamless Textures Unleashed, it isn’t hard to create cool stuff really quickly.