Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop

Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop
28a
Again , add a 2 pixels yellow stroke (this time with the "simulate pressure" ON (28B)
28b
And decrease the opacity of the stroke to ~ 60% for more realism (28C)
28c
Add more yellow strokes like at the steps 28B&28C (28D)
28d

Step 29

Erase a part of our "green part' layer using Eraser Tool (E key) like I did in the next picture (29A)
29a
Make next selection using Lasso Tool(L) (29B)
29b
Add some shadows/highlights using Burn Tool/Dodge Tool (O key) (29C)
29c

Step 30 – Effects and more

Using same highlighting/shadowing technique like in the previously steps make same thing like I did in the next picture (30A)
30a
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 ) and use Lasso Tool (L key) make a selection like in the next picture (30B)
30b
Fill the selection created with a lighten gray color , I used # dad7e0 (30C)
30c

Step 31 – Highlights

Add some highlights on the layer created at the step 30A using Dodge Tool (O) (31A)
31a
Make next selection using Lasso Tool (L key) or another selection tool (31B)
31b
Pick up the Dodge Tool (O) with next settings :
  • Master Diameter : 90 pixels
  • Range : Highlights
  • Exposure : 12 % (31C)
31c
Add some highlights using Dodge Tool (O) with the settings above in the selection created at the step 31B (31D)
31d

Step 32

Now make another selection like I did in the picture below (32A)
32a
From the Tools Menu , select Burn Tool (O) with next settings :
  • Master Diameter : 90 pixels
  • Range : Highlights
  • Exposure : 12 % (32dB
32b
Add some shadows using Burn Tool (O) with the settings above in the selection made at the step 32A (32C)
32c

Step 33 – 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 "stroke13". 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 using Pen Tool (P) make a path like in the next picture (33A)
33a
Add a 3 pixels dark gray stroke (Right click on the path ->stroke path) like in the picture below (33B)
33b
Using Eraser Tool (E) erase a little the edges of the stroke (33C)
33c

Step 34 – Overlay stroke

Duplicate the layer created at the step 33A (right click on it ->duplicate layer or Ctrl+J) make it white and move a little down (34A)
34a
Set the blending mode for the layer on Overlay and decrease the opacity of it to ~80% (34B)
34b
Now go to Filter->Blur->Gaussian Blur and make the settings below :
  • Radius : 1 pixels (34C)
34c
After making more strokes like those you should have something like in the next picture (34D)
34d

Step 35 – 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 "highlights4". 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 using Pen Tool (P) make a path like in the next picture (35A)
35a
Press right click on it , check the Simulate Pressure box (35B)
35b
And add a 4 pixels white stroke then decrease the opacity of it to ~75% (35C)

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