Virtual Tuning with Photoshop

Virtual Tuning with Photoshop

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Step 71

Create a new layer and name this layer stroke.

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Step 72

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.

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Step 73

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.

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Step 74

Choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and bump up the brightness slightly. This will create a reflection on the hood scoop.

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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.

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Create a new layer as the top layer then create a selection of the window and fill it with black.

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Step 77

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.

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Step 78

Create a selection like shown below then use the Smudge tool to smudge away the embossed edge.

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Step 79

Here is what the image looks like after smudging.

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Step 80

Find a picture of a sport seat like the one below then paste it into Photoshop as the top layer.

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Step 81

Mask the seat from its background. We simply used the Magic Wand tool to create a selection of the white background then deleted it.

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Step 82

Now we’ll make a roll cage. Use the Brush tool with a hard edge to paint a thick like like shown below.

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Step 83

Use the Burn tool to burn the inner edge of the roll cage.

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Step 84

Use the Dodge tool to highlight the middle area of the roll cage to give it a round look.

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Step 85

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.

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Step 86

Repeat the previous steps to add a roll cage to the back window using the same technique.

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Step 87

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.

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Now we’ll create the highlight stitch on the car seat. Use the Pen tool to create a path like shown below.

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Step 89

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.

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Use the eraser tool to erase the line like shown below.

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Step 91

Use the Dodge and Burn tools on the stitch to make it look more 3D.

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Step 92

Using the same technique, add stitching to the other parts of the car seat.

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Now we’ll create the window. Create a new layer as the top layer then name it windows. Create a selection like shown below.

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Step 94

Fill the selected area with white then reduce the opacity to 19%.

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6 comments on “Virtual Tuning with Photoshop”

  1. So... Can you ask me how to make suspension down and changing colors in headlight/taillight/window and etc? It's an cheat on step 4.

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