Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop

Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop
14a
Add a 2 pixels gray stroke (right click on the path->stroke path) like in the next picture (14B)
14b
Erase using Eraser Tool (E) at the edges of the stroke (14C)
14c

Step 15 – Highlights & Shadows

Add some shadows/highlights using Burn/Dodge Tool (O) like I did (15A)
15a
Into a new layer called "stroke 9"(Ctrl+Shift+N or Layer->New->Layer) make a new path using Pen Tool (P) (15B)
15b
Add a 2pixels white stroke to give a nice 3D look (15C)
15c

Step 16 – Water hole

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 "water hole". 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 Lasso Tool (L) and make and use it to make a selection like in the picture below (16A) (4A)
16a
Fill the selection from the step 16A with a lighten green color , I used # 9a9754 (16B)
16b
Use Dodge Tool (O) to add highlights and Burn Tool (O) to add shadows to make same thing like I did (16C)
16c

Step 17

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 ) then using Pen Tool (P key) make a path like in the picture below (17A)
17a
Fill the path created at the step 17A(right click->fill path) with a grey color , I used # c3bfd8 (17B)
17b
Add some indifferent shadows and highlights using Burn Tool(O)/ Dodge Tool (O) like I did (17C)
17c

Step 18 – Start making the green button

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 "water hole". 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 and add a dark grey shape like I did (18A)
18a
Make another new layer , rename it "button1' and make a selection using Lasso Tool (L) like in the next picture (18B)
18b
Fill the selection created in the step 18B with a green color , I used # 838427 (18C)
18c

Step 19 – Highlights on the green button

Use Lasso Tool (L key) to make a selection like in the picture below (19A)
19a
From the Tools Menu , pick up Dodge Tool (O) with next settings :
  • Master Diameter : 28pixels
  • Range : Highlights
  • Exposure : 19% (19B)
19b
Add some highlights in the selection created at the step 19A using Dodge Tool(O) with the settings above (19C)
19c
Add more highlights in different places using same tool (Dodge Tool-O key) (19D)
19d

Step 20 – Shadows on the grey buttons

With the "Buttons" layer selected , make next selection using a selection tool ( I used Lasso Tool – L key) (20A)
20a
Pick up Burn Tool (O) from the Tools Menu with next settings :
  • Master Diameter : 29pixels
  • Range : Highlights
  • Exposure : 18% (20B)
20b
Add some shadows using Burn Tool (O key) with the settings above in the selection created at the step 20A like I did (20C)
20c

Step 21 – More shadows

Make next selection using Lasso Tool (L key) like in the next picture (21A)
21a
Add some shadows using Burn Tool (O) with the settings from the step 20B (21B)

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