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Fill in the vine with color #386000.
Add shadows to the vine with color #294300, using a soft-edged opaque brush.
Using the same brush, add a highlight to the middle of the vine with color #6DBA00.
On “trees” layer, block in the ground area with color #B17235.
Add shadows to the ground (especially under the roof and under the bush) with color #632500 (30% opacity).
Make a new layer and name it “texture”.
Go to edit ? fill ? 50% fill
Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise. Set to 5% and the filter settings to gaussian and monochromatic.
Erase the gray that overlaps things other than the ground.
Change the blending mode to overlay.
Now make another layer above the “roof” layer.
Fill in the palm leaves with color #423B00, and the stem with color #7F6C04.
Using a 15% opacity hard edged brush with color #756C04. To create the effect of individual leaves, draw leaves branching out from the stems.
Add shadow between the little leaves by using the burn tool (shadows mode, 8% exposure).
Add vertical shines to the leaves by using the dodge tool (midtones mode, 56% exposure). There is a horizontal shine across the leaf that is to its side.
Block in the leaves to the bush with color #156D00 using an opaque, hard edged brush.
Add shadows to the leaves with color #092F00 (soft edged 60% opaque brush).
Highlight the leaves using the dodge tool set to 31% exposure.
Make a new layer beneath the “plants” layer.
Block in the pot with color #FFB400.
Use the burn tool on highlight mode and 23% exposure to add some basic shadows around the pot. The darkest areas will be on the left side, and underneath the main part of the pot.
Highlight the very top, middle, and bottom of the pot using the dodge tool on it's last settings (step 42).
Make a new layer above the pot. This will be merged down later.
Fill in the entire pot area with black (color #000000).
Add highlights to the black by using color #2B1000 (soft-edged brush, 50% opacity)
Highlight it even more by using the dodge tool set to highlight mode and 64% exposure.