8a

Select the Burn Tool (O) with following settings.

8b

Add some shadows using the Burn Tool (O) like in the picture below.

8c

Step 9

Create a new layer. Rename the layer to “Strokes”.

9a

From the Tools Menu select the Brush Tool (B) with these settings:
• Master Diameter: 3px
• Mode: Normal
• Opacity: 100%

Use the Pen Tool (P) and create a path like in the picture below. Right click on it and select “Stroke Path” option

9c

Step 10

After you’ve pressed Stroke Path, check the “Simulate pressure” box and press OK.

10a

You should obtain a stroke like in the next picture.

10b

Use the Smudge Tool (R) and smudge the created stroke. Decrease the opacity of the “strokes” layer to 50%.

10c

Duplicate the layer “strokes” (right click on it and select Duplicate Layer) and place it in the indicated places (you can see them in the picture below where the red lines shows). Merge the duplicated layers in one (Ctrl + click on the layers you want to merge and then the right click on these layers and select Merge Layers).

10d

Step 11

Make a new layer and rename it to “Stroke 2”. Select the Pen Tool (P) and make a path like in the picture below.

11a

Add a 3 px wide white stroke (with Simulate Pressure ON). You should get something like this.

11b

Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur… and set the Radius on 1 px.

11c

Step 12

Add more strokes using the same technique as it the step 11.

12a

Use the Pen Tool (P) and create a path like in the picture below.

12b

Add a 3px wide white stroke (with Simulate Pressure ON). You should have something like on the picture below.

12c

Decrease the opacity of it to 80%.

12d

Step 13

Make a new layer and rename it to “interior”. Grab the Gradient Tool (G) and fill it like in the picture below with #5C5960 gray color.

13a

Step 14

From the Tools Menu select the Burn Tool (O). Set the Diameter of the brush on 52 px, Range on Highlights and Exposure on 50%. Add some shadows as it´s circled in the picture below.

14b

Step 15

Pick up the Dodge Tool (O). Set the Diameter of the brush on 30 px, Range on Highlights and Exposure on 70%. Add some highlights similarly as on the picture below.

15b

Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast. Set the value Brightness on -11 and Contrast on 61. Press OK.

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