A PSD file won't help here. We are dealing with multiple effects.The first example and your second example are different.can i get the psd file plz
Ok............this is just a matter of adjusting the gradient until it looks right to you.if you see from the top to the bottom in the image i shared , where the black shade ends, it has more depth and it creates a effect that the metal bends much till the end...
Not quite! I see where you used a gradient overlay in the layer style instead of a clipped gradient layer. Glad you found it!I followed what you said, i get almost 75% result
Proper lighting is always what makes 2D objects appear 3D.What i should do to add more depth and looks like a real 3D?
Yep..................I suspect you used the layer style for the gradient effect on the markers. Adding a H&S layer wont work...............try using a color overlay in the layer style.Also I tried to add a Hue Saturation layer to change the colour as you described, but it is not working?