Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop

Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop
8b
Press right click on it and choose Stroke Path option , add a 2px grey stroke like in the picture below (8C)
8c
Erase a little bit using Eraser Tool (E) like in the next picture (8D)
8d

Step 9 – More Strokes

Make a new layer(Ctrl+Shift+N or you can go to Layer->New->Layer or you can press the indicated button in the picture below ). Rename the layer to "stroke2". You can rename a layer by pressing right click on it , then selecting "Layer properties" option and in the "Name" box you can enter what name you prefer then with Pen Tool(P) make next path (9A)
9A
Press right click on it -> Stroke path (Activate the "simulate pressure " option ) (9B)
9b
You should obtain something like this (9C)
9c

Step 10 – Highlights using stroke option

Into a new layer called "stroke3" add more strokes on the "spray" layer (10A)
10a
Make a new layer(Ctrl+Shift+N or you can go to Layer->New->Layer or you can press the indicated button in the picture below ). Rename the layer to "stroke4". You can rename a layer by pressing right click on it , then selecting "Layer properties" option and in the "Name" box you can enter what name you prefer then with Pen Tool(P) make next path (10B)
10b
Add a 2 pixels white stroke (right click ->stroke path) like in the picture below (10C)
10c

Step 11 – 3d hole effect

Use Lasso Tool (L) to make a selection like in the picture below (11A)
11a
From the Tools menu select Burn Tool (O) and add some shadows in the selection created at the step 11A (11B)
11b

Step 12– Highlight

Make a new layer(Ctrl+Shift+N or you can go to Layer->New->Layer or you can press the indicated button in the picture below ). Rename the layer to "highlight". You can rename a layer by pressing right click on it , then selecting "Layer properties" option and in the "Name" box you can enter what name you prefer. From the Tools menu select Pen Tool (P key) and make and use it to make a path like in the picture below (12A)
12a
) Transform the path created at the step 12A into a selection (right click on the path->make selection , 0.3 px radius) (12B)
12b
Fill the selection created at the step 12b with the white color like in the next picture (12C)
12c
Into a new layer called "stroke 7" add a little white stroke at the bottom of the "highlight" (12D)
12d

Step 13 – Start creating the buttons

Make a new layer(Ctrl+Shift+N or you can go to Layer->New->Layer or you can press the indicated button in the picture below ). Rename the layer to "highlight". You can rename a layer by pressing right click on it , then selecting "Layer properties" option and in the "Name" box you can enter what name you prefer. From the Tools menu select Pen Tool (P key) and use it to make a path like in the picture below (13A) (4A)
13a
Fill the path created at the step 13A with a lighten gray , I used #f3f3f3 (13B)
13b

Step 14 – Strokes

Make a new layer(Ctrl+Shift+N or you can go to Layer->New->Layer or you can press the indicated button in the picture below ). Rename the layer to "stroke8". You can rename a layer by pressing right click on it , then selecting "Layer properties" option and in the "Name" box you can enter what name you prefer. From the Tools menu select Pen Tool (P key) and make and use it to make a path like in the picture below (14A)

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