STEP 1

Create a new document with settings for example 3000 pixels wide X 2300 pixels high. From the tool palette, select the Brush Tool (B), and then select the icon: "Pressure", thanks to that the pen tablet will respond to your pressure so as to obtain a smooth line brush. In the settings, choose size "3" tip hard. In the tab "Layers": double-click on the first layer (Background). Draw a sketch of your concept car.

  • COLORS: grey (#999999),
  • TOOLS: brush tool (B),
  • SETTINGS: size 3, opacity: 100%,

STEP 2

Continue sketching. Think and design pattern of the wheels. To facilitate the work, you can draw a pattern on one wheel first, then copy and move them to the rear. When the sketch is finished, removed completely unnecessary lines (eg, those that go beyond the "body" of the vehicle}.

  • COLORS: grey #999999,
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b)
  • SETTINGS: tool size 3, opacity 100%,

STEP 3

From the color palette, choose a basic color (in this case it is yellow: #FDEA67). Choose a brush and set the size to 50, Opacity to 100%. Create a new layer and apply color to the "body" of the vehicle.

  • COLORS: #fdea67,
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b)
  • SETTINGS: brush size 50, opacity 100%

STEP 4

From the color palette, choose a slightly darker shade of the same color as before, (in this case it's: #E0C822). Choose a soft brush and set the size to 100, opacity 15%. Create a new layer. Apply the color to the "body" of the car. Remove unnecessary brush strokes.

  • COLORS: #E0C822
  • TOOLS: soft brush tool
  • SETTINGS: tool size 100, opacity 15%

STEP 5

Create a new layer. Redo the previous step, giving even more shade. Remove unnecessary brush strokes.

  • COLORS: #E0C822
  • TOOLS: soft brush tool
  • SETTINGS: tool size 100, opacity 15%

STEP 6

Create a new layer. Select the Pen tool (P) and then create a path that resembles the shape of the side windows. Select the color gray. Go to the "Paths" tab: and click the "Fill Path foreground color"

  • COLORS: dark grey,
  • TOOLS: pen tool (p),
  • SETTINGS: select "Fill Path foreground color"

STEP 7

Create a new layer. Choose black color from the color palette. Select a tool "Ellipse". From the options bar, select "Shape" and while holding the SHIFT key, draw a circle. Using the Shape option, the path of the wheels will be created automatically, which can be used in the later stages.

  • COLORS: black #000000,
  • TOOLS: ellipse tool,
  • SETTINGS: "shape" + SHIFT = draw a circle

STEP 8

Perform the same operation as in step 7, with the difference that now create two smaller circles: - one that creates a tire in brown (#342F29) and second tat creates surface forming wheels in gray color (#474747)

  • COLORS: brown #342F29, grey #474747,
  • TOOLS: ellipse tool,
  • SETTINGS: "shape" + shift = make a circle

STEP 9

Create a new layer. Choose black color #000000. Set the brush size of 3-5 and opacity of 100%. Draw the rim cavity, as in the picture. To make it easier for you, the wheels can create a selection. So you do not go beyond the selection brush.

  • COLORS: black #000000
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b),
  • SETTINGS: tool size 3-5, opacity 100%

STEP 10

Create a new layer. Choose a light-gray color from the color palette. Add the light in the recesses of the wheel.

  • COLORS: light-grey,
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b),
  • SETTINGS: tool size 5-15, opacity 100%,

STEP 11

Continue by adding more details. Create a new layer. Choose black color again. Add the intense black shadow inside the circle so you get the effect of depth, making it visually more realistic.

  • COLORS: black #000000, dark grey,
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b),
  • SETTINGS: size 5-15, opacity 100%,

STEP 12

Create a group of layers. Move all the layers containing the elements of the front wheel to this group. Copy group and while holding down Shift key, drag a copy to the rear so you will have second wheel in the back. Create bottom black shadow under the car using black color #000000.

  • COLORS: black #000000
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b)
  • SETTINGS: copy + paste + drag & drop

STEP 13

Create a new layer. From the color palette, select lighter color than the color of the current window (in this case, it is a gray color). Select the Pen tool (P) and shape into a path that will mimic the glass on the other side of the car. In the "Path" tab, click on the button "Fill Path color". Add more details on the side.

  • COLORS: lighter grey #888888
  • TOOLS: pen tool (p)
  • SETTINGS: "path tab" -> "fill path color"

STEP 14

Now add the first shades to the car body. For this purpose is necessary to create a new layer. Move it under layers with the wheels but before the layer contains main color of the car body. From the color palette, choose a slightly darker color (it is a: #DABD01). To impose this color I used the brush: "Square (coal)"

  • COLORS: #DABD01
  • TOOLS: "square (coal) brush", "soft pen brush"
  • SETTINGS: size 30-60, opacity 15%

STEP 15

You can now turn off a sketch layer, because the form of the car is already visible so you can see first shapes very clearly. This will help you further application of colors, shadows, and reflections on the bodywork.

  • COLORS:
  • TOOLS:
  • SETTINGS:

STEP 16

Add some more shades and details to the car body. Also create shapes for your front/back lights by using brush tool with a hard tip of size 3 and opacity of 100%. Choose white color for the headlights and red for the rear lights.

  • COLORS: white, red,
  • TOOLS: brush tool (b)
  • SETTINGS: hard tip, size 3, opacity 100%,

STEP 17

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 18

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 19

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 20

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 21

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 22

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 23

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 24

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 25

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 26

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 27

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 28

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 29

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 30

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 31

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings

STEP 32

First of all save the project as a psd and jpg files and then open it again. Now you can experiment with the filters available in the menu bar "Filters". Add some more details as you wish and sign your work. Thanks for watching - Marcin 🙂

  • COLORS: -
  • TOOLS: filters from the menu
  • SETTINGS: experimental settings