Then make some ellipse.
Choose direct selection tool and modify a bit our ellipse. Click on a shape’s square so you will be able to modify the Beziers lines (you can also just click and move the lines).
Do the same on the opposite side.
I made the shape with white color for you to see it clearly, but you should at this point use some orange color like #fe9205. Place it along the old yolk mock-up. Then rasterize the layer (Right click on the layer in layer’s window and choose Rasterize layer). If you will have some holes, paint them up.
The good think is to organize your lights on the surface.
All the lights and shadows on the yolk will be in clipping masks. You already know how to make them. In this case you don’t have to make additional selections and masks.
Grab some more reddish color like #913000 and use gradient tool (could be linear with 30% opacity) to make some shadows around the shape.
Duplicate this gradient layer and respectively set the blending mode of the bottom one to Overlay and the upper copy to Linear Burn with 60% opacity.
Get Elliptical marquee tool and make some selection in the sphere of yolk (remember about new layer into clipping mask).
Now pick some lighter color- #fbcb23 is good- and with the gradient tool try to achieve something like this:
Then go to Filter > Blur >> Gaussian blur and blur our layer a bit.
We want our light to be more sharp on the edges of yolk and blur as it is in the middle. Make a new selection and place its edge along the layer’s edge, like here:
Go to Select > Refine edge and play with settings to get something like this below:
Then get Eraser tool with soft round brush and softly delete the part of edge after inversion of selection (Select > Inverse).
Do exactly the same with the bottom edge.
Duplicate the layer and set the blending mode of copy to Overlay. Then select both layers in the layer’s window ([Ctrl.jpg"> + [Click.jpg"> on layer to select more than one) and go the Edit > Transform >> Rotate to make it fit to the overall yolk shape. You can also scale it a bit if it is too small or too large.
So we got something like this for now:
Make some random selection and fill it with white. This will be our strongest light reflection.
Use a smudge tool to add some dynamic to the lights.
Use Eraser tool to soften the edges and then blur it all.
Use a warp transformation (Edit > Transform >> Warp) so your lights will get more round shape.
At the end point you can play with opacity and blending mode.
Make a radial gradient with almost white color and change its opacity to Overlay with 70% of opacity.
We will make the same light reflection on the opposite side of the yolk. Start with selection.
Fill it with gradient and delete the upper part.
As in the previous step, use smudge tool.
Then blur a bit and warp the layer.
Lower down the opacity to about 15-20% and you got this:
Here comes the last part- reflection of the eggshell edges. Make a clipping layer to the yolk. Do [Ctrl.jpg"> + [Click.jpg"> on the thumbnail of the eggshell layer so you will get a selection. Then go to the Select > Transform selection. Use a warp to modify a selection – Edit > Transform >> Warp. Try to get something like this: