Virtual Tuning with Photoshop

Virtual Tuning with Photoshop

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Step 148

Repeat the previous steps with the back wheel of the car. Here’s also what our car looks like so far.

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Step 149

Select the layer with the back wheel then use the Brightness/Contrast tool (Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast) to darken and increase the contrast of the wheel.

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Step 150

Now we’ll create the reflection for the windshield. Create a selection of the wall behind the car then it into the passenger side window.

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Step 151

Select the layer with the car body then paint some black in the area shown below.

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Step 152

Create a selection of the wall in the background then duplicate it into its own layer.

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Step 153

Position it in front of the windshield then use the Warp Transform tool (Edit > Transform > Warp) to distort it so that it is curved like the windshield.

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Step 154

Use the Eraser to erase the excessive areas around the windshield.

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Step 155

Select another part of the wall and duplicate it into its own layer.

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Step 156

Use the Warp tool (Edit > Transform > Warp) to distort the layer like shown in the image below.

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Final Results

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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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