How to Draw a Wine Bottle in Photoshop

How to Draw a Wine Bottle in Photoshop
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Now it doesn't look real. Go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur, and use these settings:
  • Angle : 0*
  • Distance : 21 pixels
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Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and enter1.5 pixels for Radius. Click OK.
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Make a new layer (press Ctrl+Shift+N, or go to Layer > New > Layer). Use the Pen Tool (P key) to make a selection as in the following image:
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Select a Foreground Color: #282828.
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Select a Background Color: #fffffff.
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Go to Filter > Render > Clouds.
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Filter > Blur > Motion Blur. Use these numbers.
  • Angle : -74*
  • Distance : 31 pixels
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Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use 1.3 pixels for Radius.
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Decrease the opacity of Layer 6 to 50%.
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Make a new layer (press Ctrl+Shift+N, or go to Layer > New > Layer).
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Select the Brush Tool (B key):
  • Master Diameter : 6px
  • Mode : Normal
  • Opacity : 100%
  • Flow : 100%
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Make a path with the Pen Tool (P key) as in the picture below.
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Use the Pen Tool (P key). Right click on our path, then check the “Simulate Pressure” box and click OK.
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You should have something that looks like this.
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We want to add more realism. Filter > Blur > Motion Blur:
  • Angle : -77º
  • Distance : 39 pixels
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Decrease the opacity of Layer 7 to approximately 50%.
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Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Radius: 1.3 pixels.
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Decrease the opacity of Layer 7 to approximately 10% to enhance the realism.
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Select Layers 6 & 7 > right click > “Merge Layers”.
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Duplicate Layer 7: right click on it and click on "Duplicate Layer", or select the layer and press Ctrl+J.
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Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal.
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Load the selection by holding down the Ctrl key and mouse-clicking on the layer's thumbnail. Make a new layer: press Ctrl+Shift+N, or Layer > New > Layer.
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Select the Brush Tool (B key) with white color and brush in our selection.
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Make a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N, or Layer > New > Layer). Make the next path with the Pen Tool (P key), right click on it, then click on “Make selection”. Enter these settings:
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Fill the selection with a lighter gray. I used #cdcbc8.
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Lock transparent pixels of Layer 9 by pressing on the button indicated below, and make the next selection with the Polygonal Lasso Tool (L key).
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In the colors palette select a dark red color. I used #470000. Fill the selection with this dark red.
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Filter > Render > Lighting Effects.
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Click on the Dodge Tool (O key), and:
  • Brush : 101 pixels
  • Range : Shadows
  • Exposure : 24%
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Add some highlights on the left/right edges with the Dodge Tool (O key).
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Use these settings for the Dodge Tool:
  • Brush : 101px
  • Range : Highlights
  • Exposure : 24%
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Add some highlights on the edges, but now with the settings above.
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Make a new layer. Use the Pen Tool (P key) to make the next path at the bottom of the bottle.

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