Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop

Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop
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Step 108

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 108a).Make selection using right click options. Brush (B) the selections with color (#9bff00). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 108b). Set the layer on Overlay from the Layer menu window (step 108c). Load selection of layer created on step 107 and using right click options select inverse and delete the excess using Eraser tool (E) (step 108d). Make a copy of the layer using “Duplicate layer…” (step 108e).
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Step 109

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 109a).Make selection using right click options. Brush (B) the selections with color (#9a0801). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 109b). Set the layer on Overlay from the Layer menu window and load selection of layer created on step 107 and using right click options select inverse and delete the excess using Eraser tool (E) (step 109c). Make a copy of the layer using “Duplicate layer…” (step 109d).
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step 109b[1]
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Step 110

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 110a).Make selection using right click options. Brush (B) the selections with color (#2402b6). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 110b). Set the layer on Overlay from the Layer menu window and load selection of layer created on step 107 and using right click options select inverse and delete the excess using Eraser tool (E) (step 110c). Make a copy of the layer using “Duplicate layer…” (step 110d).
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step 110b[1]
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Step 111

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 111a).Make selection using right click options. Brush (B) the selections with color (#099f6f). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 111b). Set the layer on Overlay from the Layer menu window and load selection of layer created on step 107 and using right click options select inverse and delete the excess using Eraser tool (E) (step 111c). Make a copy of the layer using “Duplicate layer…” (step 111d).
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Step 112

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 112a). Using Horizontal Type Tool (T) write “LEICA ELMARIT-M :2.8128 ASPH E39 404939” (step 112b). Set the layer on Soft Light from the Layer menu window (step 112c).
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Step 113

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 113a). Brush (B) a part of the selection with color (#4e4f54)(step 113b) and another part of the selection with (#fefefe). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 113c). Set the layer on Soft Light from the Layer menu window (step 113d).
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Step 114

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 114a). Set the brush tool (B) on 2px and color (#d1d1d2). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure off (step 114b).
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Step 115

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new pen tool path (step115a). Select from the right click pen tool (P) options the “Fill path… ” option. Fill the path with color (#0f0f0f) (step115b).

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