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Fort Knox Safe This tutorial will show you how to create a modern wallpaper.

For the beginning we’ll create a new file (File>New) with 1600×1200 px. Continue by representing the background, containing the texture. Select firstly the Paint Bucket Tool (G) and paint out the file with #1D2E28

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Make a copy of our painted layer. Apply the here shown option on the already copied layer: Filter>Noise>Add noise…

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Select next Filter>Render>Lighting effects

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Now we have to press on CTRL+SHIFT+U buttons to decolorize this way the picture.

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Apply the here shown adjustments for this layer:

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As a result of combining these two layers, we must get the next picture.

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Now select the Rectangle Tool (U) to represent a small stripe, colored with #1D2E28

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Apply the here shown parameters for the stripe we made earlier.

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This is what we should get:

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Next we’ll make a copy of the stripe. Then we’ll just select the Free Transform option by clicking the right mouse’s button on the object, turn it around on 90 degrees and enlarge the copy a little. The copy’s parameters should be identical with those from the original stripe, but the color is different - #0C2122

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We have finished representing the background and now we’ll continue by drawing the safe itself. Select firstly the Ellipse Tool (U) and represent a circle like that one from below.

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Make it look transparent and represent the light’s flare’s contour on it. Choose Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor:

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Applying the parameters from below, we’ll get a flare on the lowest part of the circle. Blending Options>Stroke

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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Don’t forget to change the layer’s parameters.

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Let’s see what did we get:

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Now we have to represent the orifices, reserved for supporting the safe’s door. Choose the Rectangle Tool (U) and draw a thin stripe on that place reserved for the supporting.

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Apply the here shown Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss

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And then Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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We must get:

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Choose one more time the Rectangle Tool (U) and draw a stripe, reserved for the metal supporting.

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Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor:

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We should get a picture like the next one:

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Make copies of both objects and place them upper than they are.

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Next we have to represent a muffle shadow on the entire picture. We’ll use for this operation the Rectangle Tool (U) that must be applied on the entire picture, using also Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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Fill 0% for this layer.

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And we’ll get:

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Next step includes representing the door itself. Choose the Ellipse Tool (U) and represent a circle colored with #335152.

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. Make one more circle and make some corrections on it by transforming its sizes into smaller ones.

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Apply Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor:

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We have got such a circle:

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Now we’ll represent a new layer and mark it out both with this circle. Press after that on CTRL+E for the layers to merge down.
Enter Filter>Distort>Glass and set the next parameters:

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This is what we have got:

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Apply on this layer the Blending Options – Inner Glow:

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Choose again the Ellipse Tool (U) to represent one more circle:

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Apply Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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We’ll get the next result:

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Continue by drawing the door’s roundness. In this case we’ll need the Custom Shape Tool (U) - Circle Frame

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Place the shape the same way it is shown below:

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Blending Options>Drop Shadow

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Blending Options>Outer Glow:

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Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss

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Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss>Contour

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Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss>Texture - Color Paper>Gold Parchment

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Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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Finally we must get such a metallic circle, like that one demonstrated on the picture:

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Make a copy of this circle, but the copy should be smaller and it is possible to do that with Free Transform option.

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The parameters of the copied circle are the same, but we need to hide the Drop Shadow and change the parameters of the Outer Glow.

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Outer Glow

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On the central part we’ll place a metallic star:

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Select Custom Shape Tool (U) - 5 Point Star.

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Blending Options>Outer Glow

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Blending Options>Inner Glow

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Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss

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Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss>Texture
The texture’s name is Color Paper>Blue Vellum

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Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Blending Options>Gradient Editor

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Blending Options>Stroke

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This is what we should get when finishing setting and applying the parameters:

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We have to draw the last element. It’s the orifices on the door, represented on all around the door.

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It’s necessary to take the Ellipse tool (U) and draw a small circle, colored with #669999 and then select the Blending Options>Inner Shadow for setting the parameters from below:

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Blending Options>Outer Glow

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The final result is this one!

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