Step 20 – Back Light 2
Add a gradient from the left side fading into nothing on the right.
Step 21 – Back Light 3
Create a new opacity mask on the layer with the gradient and scribble some lines as shown. This demonstrates a reflective nature of a light can.
Step 22 – Back Light 4
Add a white gradient from the left to give it the appearance of light coming in from the left.
Step 23 – Head Light 1
Select the outer frame of the light and add some gradient.
Step 24 – Head Light 2
Select the inner area of the light and add some gradient to the top.
Step 25 – Head Light 3
Add some scribbles as before.
Step 26 – Head Light 4
Add some more dark. Keep applying and using layer mask until you get a desired look.
Step 27 – Front Blades
Fill in the blades underneath the headlamp.
Step 28 – Front Blade Highlights
Use a combination of white brush and layer mask to give the blades some highlights.
Step 29 – Carbon Fibre
Select the image above and save it in your working directory.
Open it in Photoshop. Select all then go to Edit>Define Pattern
Step 30 – Carbon Fibre Side Blades
Select the side blades then right click > Fill > Pattern and navigate to the pattern created in the previous step.
Step 31 – Finishing Touches
I’ve added a white gradient to the glass and duplicated the lines layer and inverted it to get shutline highlights.