How to Draw a Wine Bottle in Photoshop

How to Draw a Wine Bottle in Photoshop

How to Draw a Wine Bottle in Photoshop
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Step 39

Repeat Step 38 to add more highlights to the right.

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Step 40

Make a new layer: press Ctrl+Shift+N, or go to Layer > New > Layer. Then create the next path with the Pen Tool (P key).

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Step 41

In the colors palette, select a dark gray color: #010101. Fill the path that we just created in the previous step.

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Step 42

Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool (Feather Radius: 20) to make the next selection on the right of the bottle.

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Step 43

In the Tools Menu select the Dodge Tool (O key) and enter the following settings:

  • Brush : 76 px
  • Range : Shadows
  • Exposure : 30%
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Step 44

Use the Dodge Tool (O key) with the settings above. Add some highlights on the right of Layer 3.

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Step 45

Add some Highlights on the left of Layer 3.

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Step 46

To make a new layer, press Ctrl+Shift+N, or go to Layer > New > Layer. Use the Polygonal Lasso Tool to make the next selection.

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Step 47

In the colors palette, select a dark red color. I picked for myself #840000, but it's up to you.

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Step 48

This will be our liquid (the wine): Fill the selection in the new layer with the color you picked in Step 47.

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Step 49

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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Step 50

Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and enter1.5 pixels for Radius. Click OK.

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Step 51

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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Step 52

Select a Foreground Color: #282828.

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Step 53

Select a Background Color: #fffffff.

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Step 54

Go to Filter > Render > Clouds.

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Step 55

Filter > Blur > Motion Blur. Use these numbers.

  • Angle : -74*
  • Distance : 31 pixels
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Step 56

Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use 1.3 pixels for Radius.

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Step 57

Decrease the opacity of Layer 6 to 50%.

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Step 58

Make a new layer (press Ctrl+Shift+N, or go to Layer > New > Layer).

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Step 59

Select the Brush Tool (B key):

  • Master Diameter : 6px
  • Mode : Normal
  • Opacity : 100%
  • Flow : 100%
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Step 60

Make a path with the Pen Tool (P key) as in the picture below.

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Step 61

Use the Pen Tool (P key). Right click on our path, then check the “Simulate Pressure” box and click OK.

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Step 62

You should have something that looks like this.

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Step 63

We want to add more realism. Filter > Blur > Motion Blur:

  • Angle : -77º
  • Distance : 39 pixels
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Step 64

Decrease the opacity of Layer 7 to approximately 50%.

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Step 65

Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Radius: 1.3 pixels.

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