Hello! That summer has come. And in summer, a T-shirt is an irreplaceable thing. Of course, an ordinary person will go to the store and buy a T-shirt, but a real Photoshoper will not throw out his money just like that. He will sit at the computer, gather his thoughts and draw such that Gucci and Armani are resting. Do not believe? Now see for yourself. Go!
This is what we should have:
Draw a T-shirt:
Step 1. First, create a new document with dimensions of 600 by 600 pixels:
Step 2. Activate PolygonalLassoTool (polygonal lasso) and make a selection, as in my picture. I set the feathering radius (feather) 0.3 pixels to make the outline of the future T-shirt not too sharp. All the same, we are doing a fabric simulation.
Step 3. Set foreground color to # CFCDD0.
Step 4. Open a new layer (Ctrl + Shift + N or Layer> New> Layer).
Step 5. Fill the selected area with the color # CFCDD0. You can either press Alt + Backspace or go to Edit > Fill (edit – fill).
Step 6. Activate BurnTool (dimmer). To do this, you can simply press the “O“.
Step 7. Attention! First look at the picture and darken only those places that I highlighted with orange lines.
Step 8. Go to Filter > Noise > AddNoise (filter – noise – add noise). Set the following settings:
Step 9. Again activate the polygonal lasso and make a selection like in the image below. But before that, go to Select > Modify > Feather(selection – modification – feathering) and set the feathering radius of 0.3 pixels.
Step 10. Without removing the selection, activate Burntool (dimmer) and darken slightly along the edges of the selected area:
Step 11. Create another selection:
Step 12. Again take Burntool (dimmer) and repeat the previous step. Also darken the right side of the shirt.
Step 13. Now will add chiaroscuro. The blue dots in my picture show the areas that need to be lightened, and the orange dots show the areas that need to be darkened. Accordingly, for clarification we will use Dodgetool (clarifier), and for darkening –Burntool (dimmer).
Step 14. Open a new layer (Ctrl + Shift + N or Layer> New> Layer).
Step 15. Activate Pentool (pen) in Contour mode (mode path). Draw a contour like in the picture:
Step 16. Take Brushtool (brush) with a size of no more than 2 pixels. Go to the contours tab (Window> Paths), right-click on the created contour and select StrokePath (circle the contour). Remember that the foreground color must be black.
Step 17. Set opacity to no more than 20%.
Step 18. Stay on the same layer. Go to Layer > LayerStyle > Stroke (layer – layer style – stroke).
Step 19. Add a layer style DropShadow (drop shadow) with the following settings:
Step 20. Repeat steps 14-19 and in the same way make the “seams” on the sleeves:
Make a tag
Step 21 Open a new layer.
Step 22 Activate Rectangletool (rectangle). To do this, press “U“. Birchuku we will do on the inside of the shirt.
Step 23 Draw a rectangle and fill it with white. Then go to Layer > LayerStyle > DropShadow (layer – layer style – drop the shadow) and set the following settings:
Step 24 Add text at your discretion: Tag is ready.
We continue to work with a t-shirt
Step 25. Again, make a selection on the left sleeve with a feathering radius of 0.3 pixels. Select > Modify > Feather (selection – modification – feather)
Step 26. Now in the layers palette, select the layer with a t-shirt.
Step 27. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast (image – correction – brightness / contrast and reduce the brightness to 10.
Step 28. Open a new layer.
Step 29. You are taking Pentool (pen) and draw this outline:
Step 30. The foreground color should be white. Then go to the Paths tab (Window> Paths) on the layers palette, right-click on the path itself and select StrokePath(circle around)
Step 31 This is how it should look like:
Step 32 Repeat steps 29-30 on the right sleeve.
Add a picture
Step 33 I chose a completely abstract form, but you can choose any image to your liking.
First open the picture of your choice and move it to the main document.
Step 34 Now make a selection with 5 pixels shading. Select > Modify > Feather(selection – modification – feathering). Do not forget that we make all such selections in this lesson using PolygonalLassoTool (polygonal lasso)
Step 35 Create a new layer.
Step 36 Fill the selected area with white.
Step 37. Take Erasertool (eraser) and remove the excess white.
Step 38 Reduce the opacity of the layer with fill up to 30%.
Step 39. Go to Filter > Blur > GaussianBlur (Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur). Set the following settings:
Step 40. See what happened:
Draw a price tag
Step 41 Activate RoundedRectangletool (a rectangle with rounded edges).
Step 42 Draw a rectangle. Go to Edit > Transform > Rotate (edit – transform – rotate) and expand it a bit:
Step 43 Go to Layer >LayerStyle >DropShadow (layer –style of the layer — drop shadow) and set the following settings:
Step 44. Activate EllipticalMarqueetool (ellipse) and draw a circle. Do not forget to hold the Shift key.
Step 45. Click delete to delete the contents of the selection. In the end, you should have a little hole.
Step 46 Open a new layer.
Step 47. Activate Pentool (pen) and draw here such a rounded contour:
Step 48 Take Brushtool (brush) and set the following settings:
Step 49. Go to the Paths tab. Make a right click on the contour, select StrokePath (circle around)
Step 50. Now take Erasertool (eraser) and erase the paint in the indicated places. You need to achieve the effect that the loop on which the price tag hangs seems to pass through the fabric.
Step 51 Go to Layer > LayerStyle > DropShadow (layer – layer style – drop the shadow). See the settings in the picture:
Step 52 Select a layer with a t-shirt.
Step 53 Activate EllipticalMarqueetool (ellipse) and draw a small circle again, but now on a T-shirt.
Step 54 Click delete and delete the contents of the selection. Now you should have a little hole on a T-shirt.
Step 55 Here, almost finished!
Step 56 add text to the price tag. To do this, use Texttool (text).
Add a background
Step 57 It remains to understand the background, which is still white and not interesting. You can add any photo or texture to the background layer. I personally used wood texture.
Step 58 Now go to the t-shirt layer and select Layer > LayerStyle > DropShadow(layer – layer style – drop the shadow) with the following settings:
That’s all. T-shirt is ready. Put it on right now!
If you liked this lesson, you can try to draw any article of clothing in the same way. Believe, it will be easy! Good luck and see you soon!
Author: Pintilei Adrian
Transfer: Martha Dobrykina