Step 16

Make a new layer and rename it to “bottom part”. Make a selection using the Lasso Tool (L) as on the image below.

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Fill the selection with #737E84 gray color. Go to Blending Options > Gradient Overlay. (The button Blending Options is on the bottom part of the Layers palette.)

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Make following settings.

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Click on the preview of Gradient and set it as you can see bellow.

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After you applied the gradient you should have something like in the following picture.

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Step 17

Pick up the Dodge Tool (O). Set the Diameter on about 30 px, Range on Highlights and Exposure on 70%. Dodge the “bottom part” of the layer.

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Step 18

Make another new layer and add a shape like in the picture below using the color # 9DA2A6.

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Go to Blending Options > Gradient Overlay. Click on the preview of Gradient and set is as bellow.

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After this step you should have something like in the next picture.

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Step 19

Make a new layer above the “Background” layer and using the Pen Tool (P) make a path like in the picture below.

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Fill the created path with a gray color (# 6E7D82).

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Step 20

Use the Lasso Tool (L) and make a selection like in the picture below.

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Grab the Burn Tool (O). Set the Diameter of the brush on 50 px, Range on Highlights and Exposure on 50%. Add some shadows like in the next picture.

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Step 21

Make a new layer and name it “bottom stroke”. Select the Pen Tool (P) and create a path like in the next picture.

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Add a 2 px dark gray color stroke.

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Use the Eraser Tool (E) and erase the excess.

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Step 22

Make a new layer and name it “white bottom stroke”. Use the Pen Tool (P) and create a path like in the next picture.

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Add a 2px light grey stroke.

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Use the Erase Tool (E) and erase some parts like on the picture bellow.

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Step 23

Repeat the steps 21-22 at the left of the bottom part. Then make following selection using the Lasso Tool (L).

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Select the Dodge Tool (O). Set the Diameter of the brush on 50 px, Range on Shadows and Exposure on 30%.
Add some highlights in the selection like in the picture below.

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Step 24

Add a small shadow using the Burn Tool (O) in the selection.

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Repeat the step 23 for the left part too.

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