Here is a house come out after this lesson
For work you will need:
Step 1. In the new document, create a layer and draw a shape as in Figure 1a. Press Ctrl + J to duplicate the layer and then Ctrl + T, Right-click on Flip Horizontal (Flip Horizontal). The result is a figure as in Figure 1b. Press Ctrl + E to merge the two layers into one, rename the layer to “H1”.
Step 2. Click Ctrl + T. Holding the key Ctrl, change the shape as in figure 2a. Then click Ctrl + J, To duplicate the “H1” layer, rename it to “H2” and move the shape as shown in Figure 2b.
Create a new layer above the remaining layers and name it “H3”. Draw the next shape.
Step 4. Create a new layer above the remaining layers, name it “Left Roof 1” and draw a shape as in Figure 4a. Then press Ctrl + T and hold Shift + Alt until you make the shape longer than in figure 4b.
Step 5. Create a new layer under the layer “Left roof 1”, name it “Left roof 2” and draw as in Figure 5.
Step 6. Continue to draw the roof as in Figure 6a. New layer “Left roof 3” move under the layer “Left roof 2”.
Move the “Right Roof 1” layer under the “Left Roof 3” layer.
Layer “Right Roof 2” put under the layer “H2”. Fill the corner with black.
Step 7. Create two new layers: “Door” and “Window”. Draw as shown below.
Step 8. Add a texture for the house. Open the wood texture. Place it above the “H3” layer (the layer will be called the H3 texture) and above the “H1” layer (the layer will be the H1 texture).
Step 9. Apply the following settings to the “H1 texture” layer.
Step 10. Apply the following settings to the “H3 texture” layer.
Step 11. Now apply the following settings to the layers “Left roof 1”, “Left roof 2”, “Left roof 3” and “Right roof 1”.
Step 12. Create a new layer under the “Left Roof 1” layer. Select both of these layers at the same time, press Ctrl + E (the layers will merge into one). Leave under the same name “Left Roof 1”. See Figure 12a.
Hold down the Ctrl key and click on the “Left Roof 1” layer to create a selection. Navigate Select> Modify> Contract (Selection – Modification – Compress) and set the value to 1px. Then press Ctrl + Shift + I to invert the selection. Choose a tool Dodge tool (Brightener), a soft brush of 35px and walk in the places shown in Figure 12b.
Step 13. Repeat Step 12 for the layers Left Roof 2, Left Roof 3 and Right Roof 1.
Step 14. Duplicate the “Left roof 1” layer, rename it to “Bright roof 1” and fill it with white (Figure 14a). Make a selection as in Figure 14b. Blend the selected area at 20px. Then click Delete. Install Blending mode (Layer blend mode) on Overlay(Overlap). See Figure 14c.
Step 15. Duplicate the “Bright Roof 1” layer. Rename the layer to “Bright Roof 2” and set the opacity to 50%.
Step 16. Select the layers “Left roof 1”, “Left roof 2”, “Left roof 3”, “Right roof 1”, “Light roof 1”, “Light roof 2”, press Ctrl + E (merge all the layers into one). Name the layer “Roof”. Open the wall texture, copy and paste above the Roof layer. Select a texture layer, then Ctrl + click on the Roof layer to create a selection. Click Ctrl +J, To duplicate the selection, rename the new layer “Roof texture” (Figure 16a). Change the Blending Mode to Multiply (Multiply) and set the opacity to 30% -40% (Figure 16b).
Step 17. Add wood texture to the door and name it “Door 1 texture” (Figure 17a). Use the following settings (Figure 17b).
Step 18. Add more wood texture to the door (above the “Door 1 texture” layer), name the “Door 2 texture” (Figure 18a). Create a selection Ctrl + click on the “Door” layer. Choose a tool Marquee tool (Rectangular selection) and use the arrows on the keyboard to move the selection a little to the left, upwards (Figure 18b). Click Delete (Figure 18c) and delete the “Door” layer (we don’t need it anymore).
Step 19. Choose a tool Dodge Tool (Clarifier) and Burn Tool (Dimmer) (brush with soft edges 10px-35px), select the “Door 2 Texture” layer and go to the places shown in the figure.
Step 20. Add wood texture to the window and name it “Window Texture” and repeat step 18, step 19.
Step 21 Create a new layer, place it under the Roof layer and name it “Roof Shadow 1”. Select the Black Brush Tool (Brush Tool), set the settings as shown in Figure 21a and draw a shadow (Figure 21b).
Step 22 Create a new layer below all other layers and name it “Prop.” Draw a rectangle, then tool Eliptical Marquee Tool (Oval selection) create a selection and fill it with any color (see Figure 22a).
Add a wood texture for the pedestal and name the layer “Pedestal Texture” (Figure 22b). Apply styles to the layer (Figure 22c).
Step 23 Create a new layer above the layer “Texture of the support” and name it “Shadow of the house 1”. Choose a tool Brush Black with the settings as shown in Figure 21a and draw a shadow (Figure 23a). Tool Dimmer Scroll through the “Support Texture” layer (Figure 23b).
Step 24 Create a new layer under the “Support” layer, name it “House Support 1” and add a wood texture (Figure 24a). Navigate Image> Adjustments> Brightness / Contrast (Image – Correction – Brightness / Contrast) and set the values as in Figure 24b. Create a selection Ctrl + click on the “Home Stand 1” layer. Then select the Black brush tool (with settings as shown in Figure 21a) and draw a shadow inside the selection (Figure 24c).
Step 25. Add more wood texture to stand the house. Load a selection with Ctrl + click on the “Home Stand 1” layer. Navigate Select> Modify> Expand (Selection – Modification – Expand) install Expand By (Expand on) 3px. Being on a layer of wood texture, click Ctrl +J to duplicate the selection. Name the new layer “House Support 2”.
Step 26. Perform the following steps on the “House 2 Stand” layer:
– transform (Ctrl + T) as shown in Figure 26a.
– create a selection then click Delete (Figure 26b).
– use the tool Brush (Figure 26d).
– use the tool Clarifier and Dimmer.
Step 27. On the “Home Stand 1” layer, use the tool Brush and draw a shadow like the image below.
Step 28. Create a new layer under the “House 2” support layer, name it “House Shadow” and draw as in Figure 28a. Then create a new layer under the layer “Support” and name it “Shadow at Home 2” and draw as in Figure 28b.
The final image.