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Using a layer mask, erase the right part of the texture with a soft brush. Then change the blend mode to Multiply – 44%.
Duplicate the second texture layer and place it like shown in the image below.
With the Warp tool, tweak its shape like the bottle’s and using a layer mask, erase the unwanted part with a soft brush of opacity about 50%.
Change the blend mode to Multiply – 32%.
Duplicate the previous texture layer thrice and place them as such:
Open texture 3 stock, take the tree part and put it over the bottle:
Go to Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical and with the transform tool still activated, use the Warp tool to transform its shape. Use a layer mask to erase the hard edges with a soft brush of low opacity (35%).
Desaturate it by applying Hue/Saturation layer, in clipping mask.
Change the blend mode to Soft Light – 100%.
Duplicate the texture 3 layer again and put it over the bottle’s body like shown below. Again use the Warp tool and tweak its shape to fit the size of the bottle.
Apply a layer mask and hide the unwanted parts with a low opacity soft brush. Then create a Hue/saturation layer in clipping mask and use the same values as with the previous layer.
Hue: +18, Saturation: - 16, Lightness -27.
Alter the blend mode to Soft Light - 100%.
Now group all the three texture layers as well as the duplicated layers. Name the group ‘Texture’ and reduce the group’s opacity to 34%.
Remember to place this texture group within the bottle layers group.
We will now create a scene inside the bottle so open the magical sky stock and select the sky part. Drag it on to your main document above the bottle group and with the transform tool scale its size.
Place it on top of the bottle, in clipping mask. Now create a layer mask for it, we will erase the unwanted part of the sky.
So load the cloud brushes and select the second brush. Decrease the opacity of the brush to 45% and then carefully mask away the sky to look like this:
Create a new group (Cmd/Ctrl+G) above the magical sky name it “Underwater” and change its blend mode to Normal from Pass Through.