Make a wireframe in AI and draw a rectangle with a rectangular tool.
Select the upper-left corner and drag it to a rounded corner using the pen tool.
Repeat the same process in the lower left corner oh.
Add an anchor point to the corner, and then we'll change its position ~ position as shown in the figure below.
Continue to draw the line shape, as shown in the following figure ~
Select all of our shapes in AI, then click > Transform > Reflection
Select "Copy" in the dialog box
Then we can get the same graphics on the right!
Combine two graphics with the "join set" in the Pathfinder.
And then properly adjust the anchor point ~
Repeat the other shapes until our shape is more perfect.
Draw four rounded rectangles of the shape, this is our radio four feet ~
Then draw the following graphics ~ can be drawn with rounded rectangle tool and then adjusted properly.
Add small rectangles to the right of the shape
Left also add some
The effect is like the following ~=w=
Then draw a rounded rectangle and two slender rectangles in the middle.
Add some text to the middle of the rectangle, add numbers up and down, from the 0-10~
Now we use the Star tool to add the parameters shown in the following figure ~
And then our gear comes out.
Add some small circles to the gears and all the graphics will make up our radio button ~
Copy the button and place it on the left
The approximate shape of our radio is coming up so far ~
And then draw two rounded rectangles on the top of the corner.
Draw a slender rounded rectangle, and then alt drag to copy one, and then ctrl+d copy two out ~
Add a graphic to the middle of the four rounded rectangles, which is to copy the four rounded rectangles and lengthen them.
Then add a small rounded rectangle between the button and the Radio display box, as shown in the following image purple Oh ~
Converts text to outlines. Select the text shown in the figure and then right-click to create contour.
Output graphics to Photoshop, select all paths in AI, and then copy Ctrl + C to clipboard
Work with wireframe in Photoshop. Open Photoshop, create a new 4400px*3300 layer, and then click CTRL + V to paste the path to Photoshop. Select the shape layer in the dialog box, and then click OK.
To make our next job easier, we'll split the overall graph by selecting the path, select four feet, then CTRL + Shift + J move them to the new layer. As shown in Figure 2. The rest is the same as split out ~
The body shape. Now let's start by drawing the shape of the subject. Oh, set the color to #14100f.
Add gradient overlay, parameter settings: Normal, transparency 8%, linear, angle 90°.
The effect is purple drop =w=
Then set the color of the following shape to black oh yes #000000
Then add a lighter black #060606~ to the smaller rounded rectangle.
Pull up the selection, then add a new layer, and then stroke it around 2px, white!