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The Mummy Movie Poster Photoshop Tutorial
Tutorials Photo Manipulation 2706 Views June 21st, 2017

Learn how to create The Mummy movie poster effect in Photoshop. We'll create an evil woman character with two pupils in the same eye. We'll also add some ancient hieroglyphics ink tattoos on the woman face. I hope you will enjoy creating the mummy poster effect in Adobe Photoshop.

create the mummy movie poster in Photoshop

Tutorial Assets

For this tutorial you need the following stock images and textures.

I will create a new PSD file, size 750x610px. You can create a larger size canvas but with the same ratio. Add this desert woman stock image in a new layer and. Resize the image to have only this part of the image in focus.

Go to Filter > Liquify and use the Forward Warp Tool to raise the eyebrow in arch to create an evil eye look.

Copy this stone sphere in a new layer, resize it and rotate it like shown in the preview. Place it over the woman eye.

Add a Layer Mask to the Stone Sphere layer. Press CTRL-I to invert the colors of the mask from white to black.

Pick the Brush Tool and with a soft round brush(color white), paint over the eye; make sure you have the Stone Sphere layer mask selected and not the layer.

Add an Inner Shadow and a Gradient Overlay (colors #5f5858 and #461807) to the Stone Sphere layer

Add a Brightness/Contrast adjustment.

Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment.

Download the Lovecraft's Diary Font or any other ancient symbols font. Install font in Photoshop and add some text like shown in the screenshot.

Add this layer style to the Ancient Symbol Text layer to look similar with the mummy face writings.

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