Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop

Render a High Detail Leica M8 Camera with Photoshop
step 72a[5]
step 72b[5]
step 72c[5]

Step 73

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 73a). Select from the right click option “Fill… ”. Fill the selection with color (#acacad) (step 73b).
step 73a[5]
step 73b[5]

Step 74

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using lasso tool (L) create a new selection (step74a). Select from the right click option “Fill… ”. Fill the selection with white color (#a6aab4) (step 74b).
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Step 75

Load the selection of the layer created on step 74 and create a new layer (Ctrl + Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 75a). Brush (B) the resulting selection with white (#ffffff). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 75b).
step 75a[5]
step 75b[5]

Step 76

Load the selection of the layer created on step 74 and create a new layer (Ctrl + Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 76a). Brush (B) the resulting selection with white (#484d54). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 76b).
step 76a[5]
step 76b[5]

Step 77

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 77a). Set the brush tool (B) on 2px and white color (#ffffff). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure on (step 77b).
step 77a[4]
step 77b[3]

Step 78

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 78a). Select from the right click option “Fill Path… ”. Fill the selection with color (#999ba0) (step 78b).
step 78a[3]
step 78b[3]

Step 79

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Load selection of the layer created on step 78 and brush (B) the side edges with (#ffffff). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 0%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal.
step 79[3]

Step 80

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 80a). Set the brush tool (B) on 2px and white color (#ffffff). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure on (step 80b).
step 80a[3]
step 80b[3]

Step 81

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path (step 81a). 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 on (step 81b).
step 81a[3]
step 81b[3]

Step 82

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create a new path shape (step 82a). Select from the right click option “Fill… ”. Fill the selection to create the shadow with color (#000000) (step 82b).
step 82a[3]
step 82b[3]

Step 83

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create some new paths (step 83a). Set the brush tool (B) on 2px and color (#53585e). Stroke the path by using right click options of pen tool (P). Set the stroke on brush with simulate pressure off(step 83b).
step 83a[3]
step 83b[3]

Step 84

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create some new path shapes (step 84a). Brush (B) the selections with white (#ffffff). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 84b).
step 84a[3]
step 84b[3]

Step 85

Create a new layer (Ctrl +Shift + N). Using pen tool (P) create some new path shapes (step 85a). Brush (B) the selections with (#75787d). Use the brush settings like in the picture: master diameter 50px, hardness 100%, opacity and flow 100%, mode: normal (step 85b).

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