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Create a new layer and name this layer stroke.
Using the Pen tool, create a path and stroke it with white like shown below. Use the eraser tool with a soft edge and 50% opacity to erase the edges slightly.
Using the same technique from Step 69 to 72, create the rest of the fins. When you’re done, create a selection like shown below.
Choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and bump up the brightness slightly. This will create a reflection on the hood scoop.
Now we’ll convert this car from 4 doors to 2 doors by merging the doors together. Ensure that the layer with the car body is selected. Create a selection shown below then copy it to your clipboard (Edit > Copy). Now it`s time for two door conversion . Select this part and copy it.
Create a new layer as the top layer then create a selection of the window and fill it with black.
Paste (Edit > Paste) the dividers that we just copied earlier then use the Free Transform tool (Edit > Free Transform) to move and scale it to the rear like shown in the image below.
Create a selection like shown below then use the Smudge tool to smudge away the embossed edge.
Here is what the image looks like after smudging.
Find a picture of a sport seat like the one below then paste it into Photoshop as the top layer.
Mask the seat from its background. We simply used the Magic Wand tool to create a selection of the white background then deleted it.
Now we’ll make a roll cage. Use the Brush tool with a hard edge to paint a thick like like shown below.
Use the Burn tool to burn the inner edge of the roll cage.
Use the Dodge tool to highlight the middle area of the roll cage to give it a round look.
Use the Pen tool to create a path shown below and stroke it. This time, enable the Simulate Pressure option when stroking the path. In case you forgot, to stroke a path, right click on the path in the paths palette (Window > Paths) then choose Stroke.
Repeat the previous steps to add a roll cage to the back window using the same technique.
Using the same technique, draw a roll cage for the interior. This time, do it on new layer then position it behind the car seat.
Now we’ll create the highlight stitch on the car seat. Use the Pen tool to create a path like shown below.
Select blue as your foreground color then select the Brush tool and set the size of your brush to 2 pixels. In the Paths palette (Window > Paths), right click on the path then choose Stroke Path.
Use the eraser tool to erase the line like shown below.
Use the Dodge and Burn tools on the stitch to make it look more 3D.
Using the same technique, add stitching to the other parts of the car seat.
Now we’ll create the window. Create a new layer as the top layer then name it windows. Create a selection like shown below.
Fill the selected area with white then reduce the opacity to 19%.