Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop

Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop
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Step 116

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new pen tool path (step116a). Select from the right click pen tool (P) options the “Fill path… ” option. Fill the path with color (#9b9ca0) (step116b).
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Step 117

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create 2 new path shapes and brush (B) the selections with (#57585d) (step 117a).Make a new layer (Ctrl + Shift + N) and brush (B) the selections with (#f1f1f2). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 117b).
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Step 118

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create 3 new paths. Set the brush tool (B) on 2px and black color (#000000). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure off (step 118a). Make another layer (Ctrl + Shift + N) and stroke again the same paths but this time with white (#ffffff) (step 118b). Pressing ctrl + the up arrow move the las layer upper (step 118c).
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step 118b[1]
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Step 119

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 119a). Select from the right click pen tool (P) options the “Fill path… ” option. Fill the path with color (#d8d8d8) (step 119b). Form the menu bar select “Filter” and than “Noise”. Add noise about 4% and uniform distribution (step 119c).
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step 119b[1]
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Step 120

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using lasso tool (L) create a new selection and Brush (B) the selection with color (#a2a3a4). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 120a). Form the menu bar select “Filter” and than “Noise”. Add noise about 4% and uniform distribution (step 120b).
step 120a[1]
step 120b[1]

Step 121

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 121a). Select from the right click pen tool (P) options the “Fill path… ” option. Fill the path with color (#be021f) (step 121b). Make another layer (Ctrl + Shift + N) and brush (B) the edge of the selection with (#7f0313) Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 121c).
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step 121b[1]
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Step 122

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N).Load the selection of layer 121 and Brush (B) the left upper side of the selection with color (#ffffff). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 122a). Set the layer on Overlay from the Layer menu window and using right click options “Duplicate Layer…” (step 122b).
step 122a[1]
step 122b[1]

Step 123

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 123a) and select from the right click option “Fill path… ”. Fill the path with color (#151314) (step 123b).
step 123a[1]
step 123b[1]

Step 124

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 124a) and select from the right click option “Fill path… ”. Fill the path with color (#149443e) (step 124b).
step 124a[1]
step 124b[1]

Step 125

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create 3 new path shapes (step 125a) and select from the right click option “Fill path… ”. Fill the path with color (#b1a79b) (step 125b).
step 125a[1]
step 125b[1]

Step 126

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create 2 new paths (step 126a). Set the brush tool (B) on 1px and black color (#000000). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure on (step 126b).

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