Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Ghostly Cute Spooks







My Cute Spook Kit HERE.
My Kit "Ghostly Pumpkins"  HERE.
Font- Zombie Holocaust. 
Artwork By  Lia.  
My Mask #648 HERE  on my blog.


Open an image- size of choice. 
Open Paper of choice- I chose paper 7. 
Add a new layer. Copy and paste it into selection- Deselect.
Add you mask. Layers, merge, Merge group.
Copy and paste your elements of choice.


 Grass Patch resized to 85%-I duplicated mine a few times 
and arranged them to the way I liked them. 
Moon 35%.
Ghosts from "Ghostly Pumpkins" Duplicate a time or
two to darken the background.
Tree  25%.
Bat1 Resized to 25%.
Bat Resized to 30%.
Tombstone 2 Resized to 25%.
Owl Resized to 25%.
Tombstone 1-30%.
Cat On Pumpkin -- 55%
Pumpkin 1 Resized to 45%
I merged some Leaves together and  resized them to 25%.   
    Duplicate and spread around
grass area, above and below the tube layer.

Ghost- (The one I used was in my brushes.  I am not sure where I got it from, so
I am unable to share it. Please use a substitute brush or tube. )


Resize and arrange the elements to the way you like them.
Crop and/or resize your tag to your liking.

Add your watermark if you wish, and make 
sure you add the copyright for the image you used.
Add your name or name(s) of whoever you want. 

Please tick the boxes below and let me know how 
you like my tutorial. I would love to see your results!






MIA---Why?




Yea I know...MIA Again!  I just haven't felt like 

writing tutorials. I am now making kits,  working more, 

and very busy in The Creative Chicks.

All I can say is that the tutorials are not coming

too often anymore. I will try, but no promises.

I am in the process of writing a Halloween one, but it may

tomorrow before I get it posted.



I also want to invite you all to the Creative Chicks Halloween Bash.

It starts October 20th and runs thru the 31st. Just go 

click on the badge at the top of the page.

Have a great day all!








Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Summer Living









I used the awesome work of Popeye Wong. The 
tube is called Sandy Joy.  You can find his awesome work
HERE and his tubes HERE.
My kit, Summer Things, HERE on the Creative Chicks blog.

Two of my masks LLM 616 and LLM 584 on my blog HERE.
Mura Meister Copies or a Sand Tube.
For the name layer, I used Unthrift Second Personal font.

Are yas ready! Ok! Let's begin!

Open an image-use size of choice,....I chose 700x700.
Select all, add  a new layer, copy and paste paper 13 into selection.
Add  My mask 616 or a mask of choice.
Layers, Merge, Merge group. Resize to 50%. Move to one side.  Duplicate and mirror.
Arrange these to layers to fit most of your canvas. 

Select all, add  a new layer, copy and paste paper 9 into selection.
Add  My mask 584 or a mask of choice.

Layers, Merge, Merge group. Resize to 50%. Move to one side.  Duplicate and mirror.
Arrange these to layers to fit most of your canvas. 
Now click on your top mask layer.  Copy and paste my sand as a new layer and 
resize it to fit around the size of the two beach scene layers. 
For the sand layer beneath my tube's feet:
Click on the layer under the beach scene layer. Grab your freehand tool and
draw like a circle. Add a new layer and use the same Murameisther cloud settings.  
I also added noise --setting at 20. Deselect.

Now we add our elements. I used:

Sun Resized to 50%.
Speedboat resized to 50%.
Dolphin  Resized 45%.
Beach Scene. Move to one side.  Duplicate and mirror.
Now click on your top mask layer. 
This next step is optional, and if you do do it, it can be done different
ways.  You can either find a suitable sand element of choice and leave it as is.
 Or you can do it the way I did:
Copy and paste my sand element as a new layer .
Select all float defloat, Mura meister copies, sand with the settings below. 
Alwalys remember, if you want, you can play 
around with the settings to get the look you want.
I only did the above step with my sand element because I wanted to have more 
sand of a similar color. 

Pail resized to 20%. Add a few sea shells and the starfish.  Resize them all about 15% to 20%. 
I Resized Sea Shell 1 to 12%.
Beach Ball Resized to 20%.
Add your tube of choice, if you wish, anywhere you see fit.


Resize and arrange the elements to the way you like them.
Crop and/or resize your tag to your liking.

Add your watermark if you wish, and make 
sure you add the copyright for the image you used.
Add your name or name(s) of whoever you want. 

Please tick the boxes below and let me know how 
you like my tutorial. I would love to see your results!





Friday, August 4, 2017

The Cat Fisherman




Tube by Laguna  HERE.

Mask of Choice or use the ones I used. Masks LLM-601 and
LLM-604  by me HERE.


Other images I used are from Pixabay.


The Dolphin I used is a script from Deb's Designs Here.  

Flaming Pear Flood. It is a paid plug in. 


I also used the backgrounds from my tube. So, if you do not have the tube, you will
need a color or papers of choice in mind.


Got what you need? OK! Let's Begin!

Open an image, transparent background 630x630. You can always resize
to your preference later.


Bottom layer....Add a new layer, select all, copy and paste a paper or color of choice
into selection. I used the Sea Background from the tube.  Deselect. Add your first mask of choice. I used my LLM-601 mask.  Merge Merge group. Now add another layer, 
select all, float, defloat, copy and paste your second paper into selections, or 
floodfill the layer with a color of choice.

Now, add your second mask....or mine -- LLM-604.  Merge, Merge Group.
Duplicate the second group 2 times. On the top layer I used Flaming Pear Flood with the
following settings:






Now add your elements...
I  used a Palm tree, fishing pole, Shells, Seagulls, and a turtle.
I  duplicated the turtle several times.


Resize and arrange the elements to the way you like them.
Crop and/or resize your tag to your liking.

Add your watermark if you wish, and make 
sure you add the copyright for the image you used.
Add your name or name(s) of whoever you want. 
I am unsure of the font I used. I will add it when I find out.

Please tick the boxes below and let me know how 
you like my tutorial. I would love to see your results!









Monday, July 24, 2017

A Berry Good Summer






What you will need is a tube of choice.
I chose a lovely tube by the amazing Zlata_M.
This tube came from Pics For Design in a Superset.

Cluster by KS Designs HERE.


A mask of choice or my Mosaic Mask HERE.
It is the first one in the post.
You will also need a paper or background of choice.

**Remember to sharpen each layer that you resize
and add a drop shadow of choice  all layers of choice. **



Maximize your cluster and Shift D to duplicate.  Close the original.
Click the inside of the cluster, Selections, modify selections, expand by 3. Add a
new layer and copy and paste paper of choice into selections. You can also
fill this layer with a color or gradient complimenting your tube. Move this layer
under your cluster layer. Deselect.  Copy and paste your tube as a new layer, between
the cluster background layer and the cluster.

Resize as desired, and erase any part of the tube showing beyond the cluster layer.

Now go to bottom layer and add a new layer. Send this layer to bottom.
Copy and paste a paper of choice as a new layer. Find your mask and add it from image
or  from disc. Merge group.


Add your watermark if you wish, and make
sure you add the copyright for the image you used.
Add your name or name(s) of whoever you want.
I am unsure of the font I used. I will add it when I find out.

Please tick the boxes below and let me know how
you like my tutorial. I would love to see your results!