Create a new layer above the woman’s face layer and change its blending mode to Multiply. Then select the Brush tool (B) and use the Eyedropper (Alt key) to take a skin color sample and draw the areas indicated in the figure (green arrows). In Figure 1 (the picture on the right) you can see how the tone has changed.
Create a new layer above the previous one and lighten the areas shown in Figure 2 a little to make the skin look more natural. You can use the Eraser tool to create smooth transitions between the skin and tinted areas:
Use the same technique. But this time, paint over the eyes and the blue elements on the hair. For a new layer located above the previous one, use the same brush settings and paint over these areas with it. We need to overlap the textures from the original photo, for this we use a brush. Continue reading
While holding down the CTRL key, click on the “ribbon front” layer to select it. Then create two layers named “ribbon front left refl” and “ribbon front right refl” on top of the “PREMIUM QUALITY” text layer.
Applying the same technique that we used earlier, subtract the necessary areas of selection with the Oval Tool, as shown in the figure. Then fill the selection with white:
Reduce the “Opacity” of both layers to 20%:
While holding down the CTRL key, click on the “shield outer” layer to select it. Create a new layer under it called “shield shadow”, and fill the selection with black. Then, using the command Edit> Transform Path> Zoom, squeeze the black shape down: Continue reading
5. Adding crumbs
Create a work path from the text, create a new layer below layer 1, name it Crumbs and circle the outline with the Crumbs brush:
Double-click on the crumbs layer to apply the following styles to it.
Add an Embossing style with the following parameter values:
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