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To improve the contrast, choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast then adjust the settings to improve the contrast of the headlights.
Create a new layer as the top layer then fill the area shown in the image below with black.
Using the technique we used earlier, copy a texture of the mesh.
Paste the mesh into the grill of the car.
Choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast to refine the texture.
Use the Dodge and Burn tools to add some shadow and highlights to the areas indicated in the image below.
Create a selection like shown below then erase the selected area.
Create a new layer as the top layer then use the Polygonal Lasso tool to create a shape like shown below. Use the Color Picker tool to select a blue color nearby. Fill the selected area with this color.
Use the Burn tool to burn the edges of the current layer. This will create some shadows on the edges.
Switch to the Dodge tool to add highlights to the indicated area.
Select the second layer (It should be the layer with the black hole), then use the dodge tool on the areas indicated below.
Create a new layer. Using the Pen tool, draw a path around the grill. Use the same stroke path technique used earlier (Paths palette > Stroke Path) to create a red outline. Use the Dodge and Burn tools to add some shadow and highlights to the line.
Select the layer with the body of the car. Create a selection of the front bumper then use the Smudge tool and smudge like shown in the image below.
After smudging, create a selection of the lower part of the bumper like shown below.
Use the Burn tool to add some shadows to the upper area of the selection..
Select the Freehand and Polygonal Lasso tool to create a selection like shown below.
Select the Dodge tool then add some highlights like shown below to create a bevel.
Create a new layer as the top layer to use the Pen tool and the same stroke path technique we used earlier to create a red sketch like shown in the image below.
Use the eye dropper tool to select a nearby blue color. Fill the area shown below with this blue color.
Create a selection then fill it with a darker blue like shown in the image below.
Create a selection with the Lasso tool like shown below.
Use the Burn tool to darken the selected area. Use the Pen tool and to create an outline of the upper area like shown below then stroke the path with white.
Reduce the opacity to about 80%.
Create a new layer then create a selection like shown below and fill it with white.
Reduce the opacity to around 70-75%.
Select back the previous layer with the hood scoop then use the Burn tool to add some shadows to the corner.
Create a new layer under the layer with the hood scoop. Use the Polygonal Lasso tool to create a selection like shown below.
Use the Eye Dropper tool to select a blue from nearby. Fill the selected area with this blue color.