How to Draw an Adidas Sneaker from Scratch in Photoshop

How to Draw an Adidas Sneaker from Scratch in Photoshop
step13A[4]
Use the Brush Tool (B) to fill the selection with a gray color; I used #464b51, but it’s up to you.
step13B[4]
Right click on the layer and go to Blending Options > Bevel & Emboss and enter the settings from the picture below.
step13C[4]

Step 14

Make a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N). Then use the Pen Tool (P) to make a path, then right click on it and choose “Make selection”.
step14A[4]
Fill the selection with color # 464b51 with the Brush Tool (B).
step14B[4]
Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise and enter the settings from the following picture.
step14C[4]
Right click on the layer, and go to Bevel & Emboss and enter these settings.
step14D[4]

Step 15

Use the Pen Tool (P) to make the next paths in a new layer.
step15A[4]
Right click on the path and click on “Stroke Path”. Have simulate pressure ON, and you should have something like this as in the picture.
step15B[4]
Decrease Fill to 15%.
step15C[4]

Step 16

Again use the Pen Tool (P) to make some paths like in the picture below. Right click > Stroke Path
step16A[4]
Add a 2px black stroke.
step16B[4]
Decrease Fill to 15%.
step16C[4]

Step 17

Make a path with the Pen Tool (P). Right click > Make Selection.
step17A[6]
Fill the selection with the Brush Tool (B) with a gray color such as #565656.
step17B[4]
Filter > Noise > Add Noise and enter 1% for Amount.
step17C[4]

Step 18

Make a new layer. Then right click > Make Selection.
step17A[7]
Use the Brush Tool with a white color to highlight the right part as you see in.
step18A[4]
Set the blending mode for the layer on Overlay.
step18B[4]

Step 19

Make some paths with the Pen Tool (P), then right click > Stroke path.
step19A[4]
Add some 2px #333535 strokes.
step19B[4]

Step 20

Add some shadows with the Brush Tool (B) in black to the top of our selection.

Step 21

With the Pen Tool (P) make a path.
step21A[4]
Right click on the path then choose Make Selection. Add a 50 px white spot in our selection with the Brush Tool (B)
step21B[4]
Decrease Fill to 40%.
step21C[4]

Step 22

In a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N), make the selection of a path created with the Pen Tool (P).
step22A[4]
Fill the selection with color #1b1e1d.
step22B[4]
Choose Filter > Noise > Add Noise enter 1.1% for Amount.
step22C[4]

Step 23

Use the Brush Tool (B) to add some highlights to the bottom of the selection in a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N).
step23A[4]
Set the blending mode for the layer on Overlay.
step23B[4]

Step 24

Make some paths with the Pen Tool (P) as in the picture below. Right click on the path then choose Stroke Path.
step24A[4]
Add some 2px #2f3030 strokes
step24B[4]
Go to Layer > Blending Options > Drop shadow and enter the settings that you see in the following image.
step24C[4]

Step 25

Make a path with the Pen Tool (P) then right click on it and select “Make Selection”.
step25A[4]
Fill the selection with a gray color such as #1b1e1d.
step25B[4]
Filter > Noise > Add Noise and use 1.2% for Amount.
step25C[4]

Step 26

Make the next selection in a new layer. Add some highlights with the Brush Tool (B) in white.
step26A[4]
Set the blending mode for the layer on “Overlay”.
step26B[4]

Step 27

New layer (Ctrl+Shift+N). Create the next path with the Pen Tool (P). Right click then choose Stroke Path

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