Materials You NeedWaltograph UI font (for the company text)
Compacta Bold font (for the film's text)
Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint, Adobe Flash CS6, or any software for drawing, animating, or generating text
Step 1. Generate the text you want.Type the text you want to appear on your logo. It can be anything you want, such as the name of either a fan character or an original character, or even a title. You can use something generic like Jolt, Volt, Shock, etc.
WARNING! When using Compacta Bold, you absolutely must type in all caps! If you type with only the first letter capitalized, it won't look right!
Step 2. Add a bolt.
As you may already know, this font is not monopolized by Disney. Compacta Bold does not come with a lightning bolt in the 'O'. If you want there to be a bolt inside the O, you will have to make your own. If you are using an animation software like Flash, just right click the selected text, and go to "Break Apart". Break it up until it appears to have visible grid lines on it.
The next thing to do is to draw and customize your own bolt and insert it into the 'O' or whatever letter you are using for the bolt.
Step 3. Use special effects.
If you plan on using this on anything textured such as a dog tag or a metallic background, it'd be important to use bevel and emboss effects.
To do this, you must convert the text into a symbol. You must make it a movie clip, not a graphic.
Once you have done this, select the symbol you are converting it to. It's best to use Movie Clip or Button to do this as Graphics are not compatible with effects.
After converting the item, go to 'Properties' and navigate into the 'Filters' menu. Click the icon that looks like a single sheet of paper, and select 'Bevel'.
If you want to experiment, you may also use a drop shadow effect or add a glow effect, then setting that glow to white.
Step 4. Exporting and Importing...
Export the file by going to the menu option 'File' and select 'Export', and then 'Export Image'. Select the file destination you want to save it in. It's best to export a blue colored logo, otherwise the next step will make it look wrong.
Step 5. Layer Combine Mode
Just at the top of the layer window, you should see a tiny little box labeled "Normal". This is the combine mode for each layer. Click this, and select either "Multiply" (if gray) or "Subtract". (if blue)
Step 5. (Final Step)
And to add the finishing touches to your logo, use the Waltograph UI font to generate a fake Walt Disney Pictures logo. Personally, I prefer to use it from this site and download the transparent file as a Portable Networks Graphic (PNG).
Import the file into your software and add it just above your logo.
And here is the final product!