Virtual car tuning – Part 2

We will continue to work on the virtual tuning of our car.

Step 1. Now we are going to make a 2-door from a 4-door car. You must have activated the car body layer. Make a selection and copy it to the clipboard. (Edit> Copy).

Step 2 Now open a new layer, make the selection window and fill it with black.

Step 3 Now paste the parts you copied (Edit > Paste) and using FreeTransformtool (tool free transformation), adjust them as shown in the figure.

Step four. Make a selection, activate Smudgetool (Finger) and spread a little:

Step five. You should have something like this:

Step 6 Now find a photo of the seat and paste it on top of all other layers:

Step 7 Activate MagicWandtool (Magic Wand) and remove the background:

Step eight.Now take the hard Brush tool (Brush) and draw a wide rounded strip:

Step 9. Now take Burntool (Dimmer) and darken its inside:

Step ten. Take Dodgetool(Clarifier) ​​and lighten the central part, try to give it roundness.

Step eleven. Now we activate Pentool (Pen), make the contour and circle it. Do not forget to check the box next to the option. SimulatePressure(do push)

Step 12. Repeat this step again in the second window:

Step 13. Open a new layer under the layer with the seat and draw the same rounded shape inside the car:

Step 14. Now work with the seat. Choose Pentool (Pen) and make such a contour:

Step 15. Set the main color blue, take Brushtool (Brush) with a size of up to 2 pixels. Go to the Outline window (Window > Paths), right click on the contour and select StrokePath (Circle Outline).

Step sixteen. Take erasertool(Eraser) and slightly wash.

Step 17 With help Dodge and Burntools (Brightener and Dimmer) add more volume to the image:

Step 18. We process other parts of the seat in the same way:

Step nineteen. Now we will add a window. Open a new layer on top of the rest and name it Windows. Make a selection:

Step 20. Fill with white and reduce opacity to 19%.

Step 21. Make another narrow selection:

Step 22 Fill with white.

Step 23. Take a soft eraser (Erasertool) and erase a little:

Step 24 Create a new layer, make a selection of the rear window and fill with white. Reduce transparency to 19%.

Step 25 Now we again need a photograph of a cloudy sky. First insert it into the document, and then with Edit > FreeTransform (Edit – Free Transform) place it like this:

Step 26 Reduce the opacity of the layer to 50% and use the Eraser tool (eraser) to remove the excess around the windows. Now the clouds are reflected in the windows of the car:

Step 27. Staying on the cloud layer, remove them from the bottom of the windows, as in the image below:

Step 28 Reduce the transparency of the cloud layer using Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation (Image – Correction – Tone / Saturation), set Saturationon -49:

Step 29. Now find and insert the image such is the aircraft hangar:

Step thirty. Go to Edit > Transform > Warp (Edit – Transformation – Deformation) and distort the image like this:

Step 31. Take hard Erasertool (Eraser) and delete the image from the machine body:

Step 32. Reduce transparency to 23%

Step 33. Go to Filter > Blur > MotionBlur (Filter – Blur – Blur in motion) and set these settings: the blur angle should correspond to the angle of your car.

Step 34 Make a selection:

Step 35 Activate the car body layer and pick up any selection tool. Click the arrow on the keyboard and move the selection a little to the left. Right click on the selected area and select LayerviaCopy(Copy to new layer). Move the new layer to the right to make the car door completely invisible.

Step 36 If it is still noticeable that there was a door at this place, repeat this step again to achieve this effect:

Step 37. Create a new layer and place it under the car body layer.

Step 37. Put the main color black. Create such an outline, go to the Outlines window (Window > Paths), right-click on the contour and select StrokePath (Circle one)

Step 38 Duplicate this layer (Ctrl + J). Go to Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation(Image – Correction – Tone / Saturation). Tick ​​near colorize(give color) and put a light blue tint. Move this layer a little to the right.

Step 39 Take a big soft brush and using Erasertool (eraser) erase a little around the edges. Slightly reduce the layer opacity:

Step 40 Now take Burntool (dimmer) and add some shadow:

Step 41 Via Smudge tool (Finger) merge two lines into one:

Step 42 Open any photo of a car with a silencer (look at my drawing). Make a similar selection and copy to the clipboard. (Edit > Copy).

Step 43 Now paste the selection into the main document on top of the other layers. Using FreeTransformtool (free transformation tool) adjust dimensions:

Step 44. Take Erasertool(eraser) and delete the extra parts of the image below. Via Burntool (Dimmer) darken the upper left side of the muffler:

Step 45. Duplicate and move the layer:

Step 46. Create a new layer at the very top, select Brushtool (Brush) and paint this area in dark blue:

Step 47 Change blendingmode (overlay mode) on Overlay (overlap)

Step 47 Open a new layer above all the other layers, take Linetool(Line) and draw several lines. If you want, you can draw each line on a new layer. Only then do not forget to merge these layers together:

Step 48 Activate Smudgetool (Finger) and smear the lines, you should have a fog or haze effect:

Step 49. Reduce transparency to 70%

Step 50. Go to Filter > Blur > MotionBlur (Filter – Blur – Blur in motion) and make these settings.

Step 51. Create a new layer on top of the other layers, activate the Pen and make an outer contour. Put the main color red, go to the contours window, right-click on the contour and select StrokePath (circle around)

Step 52. Take PolygonalLasso (Polygonal Lasso) and make a selection:

Step 53. Fill it with black:

Step 54. Go to Filter > Noise > AddNoise (Filter – Noise – Add noise), set the following settings:

Step 55. Like this:

Step 56. Now we will make a contour for the upper part. Make a contour, right click on the contour and select MakeSelection (make a selection). Set the following settings:

Step 57. Activate Dodgetool (clarifier) ​​and add light:

Step 58. Make another selection:

Step 59. Activate Burntool (Dimmer) and add shadows at the bottom:

Step 60 Open a new layer, draw the outline and circle it in light blue (the same as we just did):

Step 61. Reduce transparency to 80 and using Erasertool (eraser) erase a little around the edges:

Step 62. Make a selection like mine, go to Select > Modify > Feather (Highlight – Modify – Shade). Set the blending radius to 5 pixels.

Step 63 Activate Dodgetool (Clarifier) ​​and add light on this area:

Step 64. Via Pentool (Pen) Draw the outline again and select the command MakeSelection (Make a selection). Use my settings:

Step 65. Add shadows by activating Burntool (Dimmer)

Step 66 Select the car body layer and select the taillights:

Step 67. Go to Image > Adjustments > ChannelMixer (Image – Correction – Mixing channels) and set the following settings:

Step 68 Now find photos of cars with wheels that you would like to use in our work. It is better to choose photos where the wheels are clearly visible:

Step 69 Go to the main document and paste the wheel on a new layer. Via FreeTransformtool(free transform tool) customize size:

Step 70 Take Erasertool (Eraser), if necessary, erase the excess:

Step 71 Activate Burntool (Dimmer) and darken the upper part of the wheel:

Step 72 Repeat the previous steps with the rear wheel. Here, almost everything is ready:

Step 73. Now make the back wheel layer active. Go to Image> Adjustments> Brightness / Contrast (Image-Correction-Brightness / Contrast) to darken the wheel and increase its contrast:

Step 74. Now we will make a reflection of the windshield. Make a selection of the wall behind the machine and move it to the place indicated by the red arrow.

Step 75 Select the car body layer and paint this area in black:

Step 76. Make another selection of the wall in the background and duplicate it:

Step 77. Place a piece of wall in front of the windshield; take WarpTransformtool (Deformation) and give it a windshield shape.

Step 78 Via Eraser (eraser) remove the excess:

Step 79. Select another piece of the wall and duplicate it:

Step 80 Take WarpTransformtool (Deformation) and distort it as follows:

Here is the final result:

I hope you enjoyed this lesson, and you learned something new. If so, then I’m happy. I wish you all further success. See you!

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