Sunday, February 16, 2014

New CT tag and PTU Tutorial for Bibi's Collection called "Mummy Maat"

New CT tag and PTU tutorial for Bibi's Collection
Artist: Di_Halim @ Scraps N Company
Scrapkit: Bibi's Collection Mummy Maat that matches the tube.

PSP - I use 9 but any version should work.
Mask: No mask
Artist: Di_Halim @ Scraps N Company
Scrapkit by Bibi's Collection Mummy Maat that matches the tube.

Font: Pegypta
FILTERS USED: Gradient Glow, Drop Shadow, Gaussian Blur, Hard Light.
This tutorial was written by me, Feb. 16, 2014.  Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.  Please do not claim it as your own.

Ok let's begin. 
Open a new canvas 650x650
 Copy and paste Elem 100 Frame, and resize as needed.  Click inside with the magic wand and Modify, Expand by 5.  Copy and paste Paper 8, resize as needed and then invert and hit delete on keyboard.  Make sure the paper is under your frame.  While still selected, copy and paste your close up tube, resize as needed and place where you want her.  Duplicate  tube once.  On the top layer of the tube apply Gaussian Blur 10.  Change blend mode to Hard Light.    Dropshadow your frame and tube.

Copy and paste your main tube and resize as needed and place where desired.  Copy and paste  Elem 67 the Archway, resize and dropshadow and place behind the main tube.  Select your freehand tool and trace the Archway.  Copy and paste Paper 3 and resize and place how you want it in the archway and then invert and delete on your keyboard.  Move this layer below the archway layer so that it looks like the sky outside the doorway.  Now you can place whatever elements you would like, resize as needed and place where desired.  Dropshadow your elements and main tube.  Here are the elements I used:

Elem 3
Elem 4
Elem 5
Elem 12
Elem 23
Elem 29
Elem 31
Elem 36
Elem 40
Elem 44
Elem 47
Elem 73
Elem 76
Elem 81
Elem 86
Elem 97
Elem 108
Elem 127
Elem 147

Add your copyrights and your name.
I used Pegypta for the name.
Merge all visible and save as PNG.
And your done.  Hope you enjoyed using my tutorial.


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