A way to do this in Inkscape is to skew your text and add a perspective effect to a blurred copy of the text itself.
Start with your text:
Using the handles, you can skew it to give a perspective tense:
Now, duplicate the text by hitting Ctrl-D and draw a rectangle of the same size of the bounding box of the text, snapping to the text:
Convert the Rectangle to path, hit F2 and move the nodes of the rectangle in the desired position of the shadow:
Select one of the text, convert to a path and add the Path effect Perspective/envelope. Please note that once converted to a path the text cannot be edit (I should have written “its” and not “his” … oops!).
Hit F2, move the nodes of the envelope to fit the shape of the rectangle:
Now the rectangle is useless, you can delete it or move it to a hidden layer. Please note that you didn’t need the rectangle to add the path effect, it was just for explanations purposes:
Now, lower the text to be used as a shadow, give a slight blur and opacity to its fill:
Add a background and change the fill of the text:
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