which will teach about blending options and layer styles.
From beautiful model to Version A.2 model 9807-0009. Now time to learn how to make your own foxy android lady. I plan to try to make a version in pixlr, but I haven't messed around in the program yet to do the edit so no promises.
I will provide the model render and pattern I used for the button down below.
The render is the fourth picture download it.
IF YOU CAN'T SEE THE NUMBERS AND SETTINGS ON THE PHOTOS PLEASE TELL ME BECAUSE I CAN SEE THEM NOT SURE IF OTHERS CAN, BUT IF NOT I WILL PUT THEM IN WHERE THE NEED TO BE.
Step 1: Rendering.
If you have no clue on how to use the pen tool go here to a pen tool tut http://masterphotoshop.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2ak689 http://masterphotoshop.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2n82o6
Step 2: Lines (face)
Basically follow the pictures if you can't understand what I'm typing i will try to explain as much as possible.
using the pen tool make a line on the face and do it in your own style.
after you have finished the pen tool line uses the stroke function.
Then go to the blending option by right clicking the layer bring up a menu where blending option should be at the top.
use the inner shadow and drop shadow.
change the drop shadow to ffffff or white and look at the pictures for settings.
Step 3: Lines (back and Neck)
use the same layer style but change the drop shadow using the setting provided.
The rest of the lines are pretty much done the same way just mess with the drop shadow.
Step 4: Joints
as you can see the first thing you will need to is to make a circle and, using the fill tool, make the circle black. Then while the circle is still selected go to the "select" on the menu then go to modify then contract an amount you think fits then after contracting delete the black in side the smaller circle. after which complete with a line going up.
the other joints are pretty much done in the same way.
Step 5: The Button
Step 6: The Ear
Step 7: The Final Touches.
The pictures have what you need look at the layers opacity to and make sure to try and match it. Also remember to create a back ground i used a light grey to white gradient as you can see mess around and find what you like.