Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop

Draw a Realistic Steam Iron in Photoshop
35c

Step 36 – Rounded 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 "button2". 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 Lasso Tool (L) make a selection like in the next picture (36A)
36a
Snow fill the selection created at the step 36A with a dark green color , I used #6a6b29 (36B)
36b
With the Lasso Tool (L) select the top part of our "button2" layer (36C)
36c
Use Dodge Tool (O) to add some highlights in the selection from the step 36C (36D)
36d

Step 37 – title

some previously steps , you learned how to create nice strokes , add some strokes under the "button2" layer using same techniques (37A)
37a
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 with Pen Tool (P) make a path like I did in the next picture (37B)
37b
Add a 2 pixels dark gray stroke (right click on the path->stroke path) (37C)
37c
Erase it using Eraser Tool (E) for more realism (37D)
37d
Duplicate it(select the layer and press Ctrl+J) , make it white , move it a little upper and set the blending mode for the layer on Overlay then decrease the opacity o fit to ~24% for more realism (37E)
37e

Step 38 – Bottom part

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 "bottom part". 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 (38A)
38a
Fill the path created previously with a grey color , I used # c6c5c3 (38B)
38b
Add some shadows using Burn Tool (O) at the bottom (38C)
38c

Step 39 – Highlights on the bottom part

Make next selection using Lasso Tool (L) (39A)
39a
Use Dodge Tool(O) and add some highlights in the selection created at the step 39A like in the picture below (39B)
39b

Step 40 – Shadows on the bottom part

In the "Bottom part" layer make a path like I did in the next picture (40A)
40a
Press right click on the path , choose "make selection" option , increase the Feather Radius to ~ 2 pixels and press Ok (40B)
40b
In the selection from the step 40B add some shadows using Burn Tool(O) like in the picture below (40C)
40c
Now press right click on the selection and choose "select inverse" options (40D)
40d

Step 41

Add more highlights in the left part of our "bottom part" layer using Dodge Tool(O)
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Step 42 – 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 "stroke16". 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 (42A)
42a
Press right click on the path->stroke path , add a 1 pixel dark gray stroke and erase a little to give more realism (42B)

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