1. Select items
There are five traditional components of Pirot Kilim – brushes, outer frame, rim, inner frame and main field. The outer and inner frames, as a rule, are monophonic, and the rim and the main field are the most colorful parts of Pirot kilim.
In the image below, the brushes are white, the outer and inner frames are black, the rim has a white background with red and blue decorative elements, and the main field is a multi-colored rectangle in the middle, with a red background, black and blue elements: Continue reading
Next, duplicate the circle, paint over black and resize it so that the new circle fits into the outer ring of the gray circle. Then duplicate the black circle again. Resize the copy so that it is slightly smaller than the black circle.
While holding down the Ctrl key, click on the thumbnail of the layer of the last circle to create a selection outline. Without touching the outline, delete the layer with which it was created, and then select the larger, darker circle below. Now press the Delete key to delete the center of the circle and leave only the ring. Repeat this process until you have created all the rings.
Having created all the wheel circles, as in the image of a real airplane, block the layers that make up the landing gear. After that, use a soft round brush to add simple shadows and small areas of rust, as shown in the figure: Continue reading