We draw binoculars in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw binoculars.

Final image:

Step 1

First, create a new document. (Ctrl + N). In the window that opens, set all parameters as shown in the screenshot and click OK. Now you need to set the grid (View – Show – Grid) (View> Show> Grid) and binding to her (View – Binding – Grid) (View> Snap To> Grid).

Grid set every 1px. To do this, go to the menu (Editing – Settings – Guides, Grid and Fragments) (Edit > Preferences > Guides, Grid Slices) and for the Grid every (Gridline Every) set 1, and in Internal division by (Subdivision) also set 1. Also, for the mesh, select color # 696969. Now click OK.

Step 2

For the foreground color, select red and click Ellipse (Ellipse Tool)draw an oval vector shape with the size of 126x22px. Now select the tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool), on the property bar at the top of the screen, click on the button Add and draw a vector outline with the size of 126 × 11px, as shown in the screenshot.

Make sure this curve is active, select the tool. Ellipse (Ellipse Tool), click the button Subtraction (Subtract) on the properties panel and draw a vector outline of 126x22px, as shown in the screenshot.

Double click on the layer with the vector contour and go to the window for adding layer styles, set the values ​​as in the screenshot and click OK.

Step 3

Duplicate the vector shape you created in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), in the Layers palette, right-click on the duplicate and remove layer styles from it by selecting Clear Layer Styles (Clear Layer Style). Decrease the parameter Fill for this duplicate to 0% and add layer styles:

Step 4

Tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a vector shape of 134×308 pixels and arrange it as shown in the screenshot:

Step 5

Choose a tool Arrow (Direct Selection Tool), Click on the left upper reference point and move it 16px to the right. Then, click on the top right anchor point and move it 18px to the left.

Step 6

Activate the command Warp (Edit – Transform – Warp) (Edit> Transform> Warp) select the distortion option from the dropdown menu Bulge, in field Bend set the value and press Enter.

Go to the red shape layer and re-enter the menu Warp (Edit – Transform – Warp) (Edit> Transform> Warp). Select the type of deformation Lower Arch (Arc Lower) and in the field Bend set the value to-5. Press Enter to apply the selected values.

Step 7

Choose a tool Rounded Rectangle (Rounded Rectangle Tool), 5px rounding radius and click on the button Add on the property bar at the top of the screen. Now draw a 42×116 px vector shape:

Step 8

Now tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) in mode Add draw a wind figure of size 134×24 px. Make sure that the layer with the newly drawn shape is still active, click the button Subtraction (Subtract) in the properties panel and drag a wind shape of 100×18 px, as shown in the screenshot:

Step 9

Choose a tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) in mode Add and draw a vector shape of 134×32 px. Switch to the tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) in mode Add and draw a vector shape 134x28px.

Step 10

Apply layer styles to the red vector shape created in the previous step:

Step 11

Duplicate the shape created in the previous step. (Ctrl + J) and delete the layer styles from the duplicate (right-click on the duplicate and select Clear the Layer Style). Decrease the parameter Fill duplicate to 0% and add layer styles to it:

Step 12

For foreground color select pale yellow color and tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) Draw a 100x18px vector shape, as shown in the first screenshot. Add layer styles to this vector shape:

Step 13

For foreground color select red and tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a 92x16px vector shape. Position the shape as shown in the first screenshot. Choose a tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) in mode Add and draw a 92×8 px vector shape.

Make sure that the layer with the newly drawn shape is still active and select the tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool). Turn on mode Subtraction (Subtract) and draw a 97×16 px vector shape as shown in the third image. Add layer styles to this shape:

Step 14

For foreground color select pale yellow color and tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a 96×16 px vector shape as shown in the first image. Switch to the tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) press the button Add at the top of the screen and draw a vector shape measuring 96x42px, as shown in the second image. Apply the layer styles to the layer with the new vector shape:

Step 15

For the foreground color, select red and click Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a 96x16px vector shape as shown in the first image. Apply layer styles to it:

Step 16

For foreground color set # 575f61 and tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a vector contour size 84x10px. Position the drawn outline as shown in the first image and duplicate it. (Ctrl + J). Change the color of the shape on the duplicate to the color # 596f7a.

With active tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) in the property panel, click on the button Intersect and draw a 58x13px vector shape, as shown in the second image. Duplicate the layer with this vector shape. (Ctrl + J) and change its color to # 9fa8ac.

Make sure the tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) still active, click the button again Intersect) and draw a 42x6px vector outline as shown in the third image.

Step 17

Apply layer styles to the first vector shape you drew in the previous step:

Step 18

Also apply layer styles to the second vector shape that you drew in step 16:

Step 19

Also add layer styles to the third vector shape drawn in step 16:

Step 20

In the Layers palette while holding down Shift select all the layers with shapes and convert them into a smart object (right-click on the layer and select Convert to smart object). Apply filter to this smart object. Noise (Filter – Noise – Add Noise) (Filter> Noise> Add Noise).

Step 21

For foreground color choose blue and tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) and draw a vector shape measuring 56x25px:

Step 22

Choose a tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool), click the button Add and draw a vector shape measuring 56x10px. Without changing the tool, click Subtraction (Subtract) and draw a 60x10px vector shape, as shown in the second image:

Step 23

Create a new document. (Ctrl + N), Set the width and height of the document to 2 pixels and click OK. In the Layers palette, remove the Background layer. For foreground color choose black and tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a 1x2px vector shape.

Now this document with the figure drawn on it needs to be transformed into a pattern. (Editing – Define a pattern) (Edit> Define Pattern), give the pattern a name and click ok. You do not need to save the document, just close it and return to the main document.

Step 24

For the shape drawn in step 22, apply the layer styles:

Step 25

Duplicate the shape drawn in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), remove from the duplicate layer styles, reduce the parameter Fill to 0% and apply a layer style overlay pattern. From the list of patterns, select the one that you just created.

Step 26

Duplicate the shape you created in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), remove layer styles from duplicate, decrease parameter Fill to 0% and add layer styles:

Step 27

Duplicate the shape you created in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), remove layer styles from duplicate, decrease parameter Fill to 0% and add layer styles:

Step 28

For foreground color choose green and tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) Draw a 60x130px vector shape. Now select the tool Ellipse ( Ellipse Tool) and focus on the bottom of the green shape. Press the button Add and draw a 60x10px vector shape, as shown in the second image.

Switch to the tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool), press the button Subtraction, Focus on the top of the green shape and draw a 66x10px vector shape.

Step 29

Add the layer styles to the shape drawn in the previous step:

Step 30

Duplicate the shape to which you added layer styles in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), remove layer styles from duplicate, decrease parameter Fill (Fill) to 0% and add layer styles:

Step 31

For foreground color, choose blue and use the tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a vector shape of 66x60px.

Switch to the tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) and focus on the bottom of the blue figure. Press the button Add (Add) on the property bar at the top of the screen and draw a 66x10px shape.

Step 32

Duplicate the shape drawn in the previous step. (Ctrl + J), on the duplicate, change the blue color to black and select the tool Rounded Rectangle (Rounded Rectangle Tool). Set the radius for this tool to 5px, click Intersect On the property bar, draw four vector shapes of 5x50px in size, as shown in the first image.

Apply the command to the layer with these shapes. Warp (Edit – Transform – Warp) (Edit> Transform> Warp). From the drop-down list, select Lower Arch (Arc Lower) and in the field Distortion (Bend) Set the value to 25. Press Enter to apply the command.

Step 33

To the shape you created in the previous step, add layer styles:

Step 34

Duplicate the shape that you edited in the previous step and duplicate it. (Ctrl + J). Remove duplicate layer styles, reduce the parameter Fill to 0% and add layer styles:

Step 35

To the blue shape that you drew in step 31, add layer styles:

Step 36

For foreground color set green and tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a 66x11px shape. Apply layer styles to the shape:

Step 37

Select all the shapes created in the previous sixteen steps and convert them into a smart object. Then apply the filter Noise (Filter – Noise – Add Noise) (Filter> Noise> Add Noise).

Step 38

Duplicate the smart object created in step 20 (Ctrl + J) and reflect duplicate by horizontals (Edit – Transform – Flip horizontally) (Edit> Transform> Flip Horizontal). Move the smart object to the right and position it as in the screenshot:

Step 39

Turn on the grid every 5 px (Editing – Settings – Guides, Grid and Fragments) (Edit > Preferences > Guides, Grid Slices) and for the Gridline Every parameter set the value to 5. For the foreground color, select black and use the tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a 110x105px shape. Position the shape as shown in the first image.

Switch to the tool Arrow (Direct Selection Tool) and focus on the bottom of the black rectangle. Click on the left anchor point and move it 15px to the right, then click on the right anchor point and move it 15px to the left. Make sure the black rectangle layer is active and press the key combination (Shift + Ctrl + [) , to move this layer to the back.

Step 40

Tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw two vector shapes of size 135x20px. Reduce the opacity of these shapes to 10% and place them as shown in the first image.

Step 41

Tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw two vector shapes of 145x35px and convert them into a smart object. Reduce the opacity of this smart object to 30% and apply a filter to it. Gaussian Blur (Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur) (Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur). Set the blur radius to 5px and click OK.

Step 42

Tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw two vector shapes of 175x50px and arrange these shapes as shown in the first image. Now, convert these shapes into a smart object, reduce its opacity to 15% and apply a filter to it. Gaussian Blur (Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur) (Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur). Set the blur radius to 10px and click OK.

Step 43

Tool Ellipse (Ellipse Tool) draw a shape of 370x80px and convert it into a smart object. Reduce the opacity of the smart object to 20% and apply a filter to it. Gaussian Blur (Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur) (Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur). Set the blur radius to 25px.

In the Layers palette while holding down Shift, select this smart object along with the vector shapes and smart objects created in the last three steps and place them in the group (Ctrl + G). Put this group in the background. (Shift + Ctrl + [).

Step 44

For foreground color choose # f4f3ee and tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a 600x420px shape. Put a layer with this shape on the back (Shift + Ctrl + [) and apply layer styles to it:

Step 45

Tool Rectangle (Rectangle Tool) draw a 600x180px shape, put a layer with this shape on the back (Shift + Ctrl + [) and apply layer styles to it:

Step 46

For the foreground color, select the white color, also, select the tool Brush (Brush Tool) with hard edges with a size of 1px. Create a new layer. (Shift + Ctrl+ Alt + N), switch to the tool Pen (Pen Tool) and draw a curve as shown in the first image.

Right-click on the contour and select Stroke Path. From the drop-down list with tools, select a brush, turn on the checkbox Simulate Pressure and click OK. Change the layer blending mode from the circled curve to Soft Light.

Step 47

Duplicate the layer created in the previous step. (Ctrl + J) and flip the duplicate horizontally (Edit – Transform – Flip Horizontal) (Edit> Transform> Flip Horizontal). Move the duplicate to the right and place on the second part of the binoculars, as shown in the screenshot. Binoculars ready!

Final image:

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