Okay next step is easy, just adding text inside the red circle using the Type tool. In case you wondering, the font used here is “Bebas” and “Century Gothic”. If you feel lazy about typing, ask you friend to do the work (that’s a joke, don’t be too serious! *LOL* )
To make the double lines below the “Street Dance” text, just type an “equal symbol” using the Type tool. Any font will work, but i choose “Bebas” in hope it will blend smoothly with other texts.
Go to Type> Convert to Shape menu to convert the type to shape (d’oh!). With the text now working as shape, use the free transform command to adjust its width.
Now go to Edit> Transform path> Perspective and grab one of the corner control point’s to skew the shape perceptively.
Add another red circle by copying the first one we created before (click on the ellipse layer, then press [CTRL] [J] will do the work). Make this second circle smaller, and reduce the stroke width to 1px from both the option bar and layer style’s dialog.
Until this step, i assume you already download all the stock images, including the 3d render pack from here.
Use the File> Place… menu to import 3d render “bumble” into the canvas. Adjust the size and position, press Enter when you’re done. This way, the 3d render stock will be treated as a smart object (meaning: whatever you do to the image, the quality will always be good because it is protected).
Add layer style “Color Overlay” to the “bumble” layer. Pick red as color and set the blend mode to Multiply. Click OK, the bumble color now changes to red.
Place another 3d render pack above the first one. See screenshot below to take a look of the image competition.
Repeat the same process in step 17 for both the “Reef2” and “Octave” layer, in order to change their color to red.
Open up the pigeon stock we got from here. We just need the left wing, so grab the Pen tool and draw paths following the wing’s shape. Make sure you select the option: Path from the option bar before start creating those paths. This is the right time to practicing your skill with Pen tool, am I right?
When you done creating path, right click on it and choose Make Selection from the pop-up menu. Inside the Make Selection dialog, you can adjust the selection the way you need it, but i will skip it by straightly clicking OK button.
Copy and paste the wing into our work, place it under the dancer’s layer. Use free transform command again to adjust its size and position.
Use the same technique to change wing color to red. Add layer style “Color Overlay“, but this time pick a darker red color and change the blend mode to Vivid Light.
Press [CTRL] [J] to duplicate the wing layer. Create new empty layer below it by [CTRL] clicking the new layer button.
Right click the wing copy layer, choose Merge Down command form the pop up menu. This will merge the wing and empty layer below it, deleting the layer style “Color Overlay” in the process but keep the color effect intact.