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Step 14Create a new layer, reselect the blinker, and having the same brush and white color fill a bit the selection from the bottom. Then low the layer's opacity at about ~30%. After that, reselect the blinker, and create a new layer. Go to Edit > Stroke, and stroke it with 2px, white color, and location Center. Use Erase Tool, like I did. Then reselect the small triangle, and create a new layer. Go to Edit > Stroke, and stroke it with 2px, white color, and location Center. Low the layer's opacity at about ~21%.
Step 15Create a new file with dimensions 200x200 and Transparent Background. Make a triangle selection, create a new layer and fill it with orange #FF5A00 color. Go to layer's Blending Options, at Inner Glow, and set those values. Te Inner Glow's color is #FFB400
Step 16After that, create a new layer, and make a selection like this. Pick the Brush Tool, white color and having a non-hardness brush at about ~100px, fill it smoothly from the top. Then, create a new layer and with a ~50px non-hardness brush and white color, make a point in the triangle's bottom, ste the layer at Overlay and low the layer's opacity at about ~49%. Merge all these layers, select the triangle, and copy it.
Step 17Now, returning to the blinker, select the small black triangle, that you have created previously, and go to Edit> Paste Into. Immediately go to Edit> Transform, and play there until it fits perfectly in the triangle. After this step you've finished the blinker.
Step 18It's time to make the glass. Create a new group and name it Glass. Create a new layer, make a selection around the whole headlight, and having white color picked fill it. Low the the layer's opacity, at about ~17%, and pick the Erase Tool, with a big non-hardness brush, and erase a bit on the bottom.
Step 19Then, reselect the headlight, create a new layer, and having picked a big non-hardness brush and white color, fill it on the top, like I did.
Step 20Finally, create a new layer, reselect once again the headlight, and go to Edit > Stroke. There set these values, respectively, Stroke : 2px, color white, Location : Inside, and after that, take Erase Tool and erase it a bit and smoothly. Then create for the last time a new layer, reselect the headlight, go Edit > Stroke. There set these values, respectively, Stroke : 2px, color black, Location : Outside. Now, you've finished a brushed car headlight. I hope that this tutorial helped you. Good Luck !
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