Then create the base shape for the right ear behind the right eye and in front of the head. Use #a61a0d for color.
Draw the ‘yellow shape’ in front of the ear’s base. Use #ecee00 for color. And then add Drop Shadow to it.
Then draw the black shape in front of the yellow shape.
Add highlights and shadows on the red ‘base’ and ‘yellow shape’.
Manage them by grouping.
Do the same way to create the left ear.
Then create this part. I call it ‘left side’. Draw the shape of the base behind the left ear. Use #ad941d for color.
In order to get a bit of a depth for the ‘left side’, copy the shape and change the color to #85700f. Put the copy behind the ‘base shape’ and nudge it a bit to the right and lower it a bit too.
Add Pattern Overlay and Stroke for for the ‘base’ layer. For the pattern use Grayscale Paper > Fibers 1.
Add a pattern for the base with the brush. You may use this brush or create your own. Set the color to #a61a0d. And then create a Clipping Mask.
After creating a Clipping Mask, we can see why we added Stroke onto the base layer. This is to get a gap between the pattern and the edge of the base shape.
Then add Inner Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
Create two circles with #ede9d0 color. Then add Inner Shadow and Satin.
Draw curves with #ad941d. Add Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss for these curves.
Create a new layer for adding shadow. But this time we won’t create a clipping mask because clipping mask layers will only influence the curves. We’ll use layer mask. Select from base shape for this ‘shadow layer’.
Create a layer mask by clicking Add layer mask icon. And set the Blend Mode to Multiply.
Activate the ‘shadow layer’, not the layer mask. Make sure that the layer thumbnail is surrounded by a frame. Then paint the shadow area black to create shadows. Use a soft round brush with low opacity and low hardness.
Use the same way for highlights. Set Blend Mode to Screen.
Manage them by grouping.
Create the ‘right side’ behind the head.
For the top left part. Draw this shape and name it ‘base’. Then add Pattern Overlay with Grayscale Paper > Fiber 1.
Copy the shape without copying the layer style. Arrange it underneath the shape layer and change the color to #85700f. Name it ‘back’ then do some editing if necessary in order to get a 3D view for this top left part. Don’t forget to give highlights and shadows to it.
Draw these #ad941d curves then add Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
Create blue beads and Bevel and Emboss for them.
Add pattern by brushing. Set the color to #a61a0d, then add Inner Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
We need to mask unnecessary parts. Take selection from the curve.
Put your cursor onto the pattern layer again to activate it. Then inverse selection (Cmd / Ctrl + Shift + I). And add vector mask.
Then draw the lotus shape. You can see this image for reference or create your own lotus design. Set the color to #ad941d. Then apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss for our lotus.
Add this #ede9d0 shape then apply Bevel and Emboss.
Create a red circle on the center of lotus then apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
Manage them by grouping.
Then add highlights and shadows to this ‘top left’ part. And don’t forget to manage them by grouping.
Do the same to create the ‘top right’ part of the Barong.
Let’s create the ‘top center’ part. Draw this shape with #ad941d color. Then add Pattern Overlay with Grayscale Paper > Fiber 1.
Copy the shape without copying the layer style. Arrange it to the back and change the color to #85700f. Name it ‘back’ then do some editing if necessary.
Hide the base shape layer and draw the curves with #ad941d color. Then apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
Draw the other shape. The color setting is stil the same, #ad941d. Then apply Bevel and Emboss.
Let’s create the ornament. Draw a few red beads then apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
Create the other beads in #2b2bd9 color and apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss. Use the same setting as the red beads for these layer styles.
Also create the teardrop shapes in this color setting: #ede9d0 and apply Bevel and Emboss.
Bring back the hidden layer. Add highlights and shadows. Manage them by grouping.
After that, create the ‘top part’, still with #ad941d color. Then add Pattern Overlay with the previous settings. We can copy the layer style from the ‘base’ layer.
Add another layer to add depth like we did previously. Add highlights and shadows onto the ‘base’.
Then create the ‘left back’ and the ‘left side’. Apply Pattern Overlay and Stroke to the ‘base’. Create the depth. Add pattern by brushing, apply Inner Shadow and Bevel and Emboss onto the pattern then create a clipping mask. Then add shadow.
We won’t create the ‘right back’ part because it’s hidden from view anyways.
Afterwards, let’s create the left bottom part. Draw the shape with #ad941d color setting and apply Pattern Overlay and Stroke like before. Also give depth this part. Then, draw the following curves, lines and circles with the same color setting.Then apply Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss on them.
Draw these #ede9d0 shapes behind the curves layer. And apply Inner Shadow, Bevel and Emboss and Satin.
As usual, add the #a61a0d pattern by brushing with Inner Shadow and Bevel and Emboss.
To hide unnecessary part, make selection, like this.
Then add layer mask.
Create a clipping mask.
Add highlights and shadows with layer mask. And manage them by grouping.
Do the same to create the right bottom part of our Barong Mask. For the bottom center part, we can copy the lotus from top part of the Barong.
After that, we’ll create the ‘shawl’ for the Barong. Draw this shape with #c60202 color setting. Place it behind “Bottom Side”. Then apply “Bevel and Emboss” and “Pattern Overlay”. As usual, we have to add highlight and shadow.