We draw fruit in the program Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will show you a simple technique of making fruits using Photoshop. Enjoy your lesson!

Fruits

We will create an orange, a banana and grapes.

How to draw an orange

Step 1

Create a new document in Photoshop, for this we go File – New (File> New). For our tutorial, I applied the following values ​​600px x 400px (72 dpi).

Step 2

Create a new layer. Using tool Oval area (Elliptical Marquee Tool), draw a circle. Fill the circle with orange.

Step 3

Add a bit of noise to this layer. Filter – Noise – Add Noise (Filter> Noise> Add Noise). Due to this filter, we will create some texture that we need for further processing in the next step.

Step 4

Next, go, Filter – Imitation – Cellophane packaging (Filter> Artistic> Plastic Wrap) and apply the following values:

Step 5

Double click on the layer to make the window appear. Layer styles (Layer Styles), then apply the following options:

The result should be like the screenshot below.

Step 6

Create a new layer. Choose a tool Brush(Paint Brush Tool), in the brush settings set the brush star 70 pixels ’ (brush ‘asterisk 70 pixels’). Without moving the brush, just click 3-4 times to get a beautiful dark asterisk;

Step 7

Transform an asterisk with the option Deformation (Warp Mode), for this we go Editing – Transformation – Deformation (Edit> Transform> Warp) and further, deform the asterisk until you get the desired “orange navel”.

Change the blending mode for this layer to Overlap (Overlay). The result should be as in the screenshot below.

To add some details, use the tool. Clarifier and dimmer (Dodge and Burn Tools) to create light and shadow. For example:

How to draw a banana

Step 1

Create a new document in Photoshop, go File – New (File> New). For our lesson, I applied the following values ​​900px x 600px (72 dpi).

Step 2

Create a new layer. Using tool Rectangular area(Rectangular Marquee Tool), create a rectangle. Fill it with yellow.

Step 3

Once again create a new layer. Create a second rectangle, as shown in the screenshot below. Fill it with black.

Step 4

Next, go Filter – Rendering – Fibers (Filter> Render> Fibers), and then apply the following values ​​(remember to set white and black as the foreground and background color shades):

The result should be like the screenshot below.

Step 5

Rotate and apply the transformation (Ctrl + T) to the layer with the fiber texture in accordance with the size of the yellow rectangle. Change the blend mode for the fiber texture layer to Multiplication (Multiply).

Step 6

Hold the Alt + key and click between the fiber texture layer and the yellow rectangle layer to convert the fiber texture layer into a blending mask. Reduce the opacity of the fiber texture layer to about 6%.

Step 7

Select both layers and then merge them together (Ctrl + E). Via Deformations (Warp Mode), give the yellow rectangle the shape of a banana, for this we go Editing – Transformation – Deformation (Edit> Transform> Warp):

Step 8

Modify the form using the option Deformations (Warp Mode), on the tip of a banana as needed. Also, with the tool Eraser(Eraser tool), you can add the necessary edges:

Step 9

Using tools Clarifier and dimmer(Dodge and Burn Tools), create chiaroscuro on our banana. Focus on the tips of the banana, they are usually much darker.

Step 10

Create a new layer. Choose a tool Oval area(Elliptical Marquee Tool) to create an oval area. Fill the created oval area with white. Make sure the white oval covers slightly less than half the surface of the banana, as shown in the screenshot below:

Step 11

Transform this white oval layer to a clipping mask for a banana layer (Alt + click between two layers in the layers palette). Also, change the blending mode for this layer to Lightening (Screen), and also reduce the layer opacity to 25%.

Step 12

If necessary, you can apply a blur or tool Finger (smudge) to the edge of the oval to soften the edge for naturalness. Also, for details, you can add shades of green to the image of a banana (create a new layer and on a new layer, using a soft pale green brush, paint over the surface of the banana with strokes. Do not forget to convert this layer to a clipping mask and change the blending mode on Chromaticity (color). And then, apply Gaussian blur (Gaussian Blur) to soften the color).

How to draw Grapes

Step 1

Create a new document in Photoshop, go File – New (File> New). For our tutorial, I applied the following values ​​600px x 400px (72 dpi).

Step 2

Create a new layer. Using tool Oval area (Elliptical Marquee Tool), draw an oval. Fill the painted oval with a medium gray color (for example: R = 91 G = 91 B = 91)

Step 3

Double click on the layer to make the window appear. Layer styles (Layer Styles), then apply the following options:

Global Lighting (Global Lights)!

It is very important that you pay attention when ticking the box Global Lighting (Global Lights), and when not.

Your grape should look like in the screenshot below:

Step 4

Duplicate the grape layer as many times as you like (to duplicate the image, just hold the Alt + key and drag the copy of the grape image with the mouse). Also for a change, you can expand (Ctrl + T) grapes in different directions.

Final result

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