Make skin look perfect in one-click with these AI-powered Photoshop actions.
Now add a bit glow around model. Create a new layer above "C4D" group (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + N) and use Brush Tool (B) with soft round form, large size around 1000px, Opacity: 100% and color #00bdf1. Draw a three big spot on at the intersection of glowing lines and rendering. Change layer Blending Mode to "Screen" and reduce Opacity to 55%.
Now back to the model. We already know the color of the image and light sources, so add a little reflection from the rendering and lines on the model. Create a new layer (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + N) and make a clipping mask from it (Cmd/Ctrl + Opt/Alt + G). Change layer Blending Mode to "Color" and reduce Opacity to 25%. Take a Brush Tool (B) with soft round form, 100% Opacity and colors #2e88b2 and #debc2e. Draw with blue color on left hand and yellow on right.
Now, add a ribbon. I created this in Photoshop, but in a folder with the renderer has finished image. If you hurry, or want to continue photo manipulation just place image "do not cross with shadow", position it as you wish, group layers (Cmd/Ctrl +G) and go to Step 33. These few steps I will tell you how to create a police tape, which you can use in your images. First, create a new document (Cmd/Ctrl + N) with settings Width: 8851px, Height: 3000, Resolution: 300 Pixels/Inch. Take Rectangle Tool (U), set fill to "Solid Color" and set up color #ffe400, for stroke set "No color" mode. Draw a shape size Width: 8355px and Height: 316px.
Duplicate this rectangle (Cmd/Ctrl + J or Layer > Duplicate layer...). Remove color fill and set stroke color to black, Stroke size to 13,72. Go to Stroke settings and click on button "More Options...". In Stroke options set long lines preset, Align: Inside, Caps: Butt, Corners: Miter. For all lower windows with "Dash" and "Gat" set 2 and click OK.
Select both layers with rectangles, make right click > Convert to Smart Object. Use Distort Tool (Edit > Transform > Distort). Select midpoint, hold on Shift and move it on 35 degrees to the right, hit Enter/Return to apply changes. Take a Polygonal Lasso Tool (L), hold Shift and select both edges. Hold Shift to make a straight line at 45 degrees. Hold Opt/Alt and click on "Add layer mask" icon to hide edges.