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
5. Continue to change the blue elements
Select the Lasso tool and create some arbitrary shapes on top of the blue elements. To add them to the selection, hold the Shift key while creating shapes.
Next, press Command / Ctrl-Shift-C (copy with merge) and Command / Ctrl + V to paste all these elements above the existing layers. Now they are all in one layer, and we need to use the Lasso tool again and scatter them around the image.
While holding down the Command / Ctrl key, select a fragment and move it as shown in Figures 3 and 4.
To add depth to the background elements, select a few small pieces and randomly erase parts of their edges (Figure 4). You can use the Eraser tool or the Layer Mask tool for this: Continue reading
1. Create letter shapes
Create a document with a size of 1,500 by 1,500 pixels, and in the font Insaniburger write the first letter of the word in any color. At the same time, the font size does not matter, since we can change the scale when converting text to a 3D grid.
After creating the text, go to Text> Convert To Curves. Or call the context menu by right-clicking on the text layer and select the appropriate item:
Duplicate the text layer, rename the copy, and select the Site Selection tool. Continue reading