Go to Window > Untitled-1.psd our document and paste it, CTRL+V. Go to Edit > Free Transform, CTRL+T and resize it to fit the canvas, like below. Hold the SHIFT key to preserve its proportions. Hit Enter to exit Free Transform mode. To clear the clothing curls, use the Clone Stamp Tool, S: use ALT+click to pick source, then click on the curl.
Do the same for the sword in the "model 2" picture, but use the Path Tool, P to cut it.
Open the "Tech Vector Pack 3" .eps file. When prompted to input a file size, type in about 3000px for width. Hit OK.
For Illustrator, you simply open it in vector format. Photoshop can open .eps Illustrator 8 files, but in raster format. You can however open it in any size you want – the .eps file is vector!
Grab the Rectangular Marquee Tool, M, select a round tech shape click-drag to create the selection rectangle, copy it, CTRL+C, go back to our document Window > Untitled-1.psd and paste it, CTRL+V.
Go back to the vector pack file Window > designious tech shapes 4. eps, copy another shape and paste it into our document, like in Step 13.
Grab the Selection Tool, V, check the "Auto Selection" box and click the first tech shape pasted in and duplicate it, CTRL+J. Now go to Edit > Free Transform, CTRL+T hold the CTRL key and click-drag the the top left corner, like below. Do the same for the top right corner. Hit Enter to exit Free Transform mode.
Duplicate the first shape (original one) and place the copies as shown below. Grab the Path Tool, P, set it on Shapes and draw each glow line on the body, based in the sketch.
In the Layers palette, select all these shapes and hit CTRL+E to merge them.
Grab the Line Tool, U, set it to Shape Layers and 7 px Width, draw an oblique line, then hold SHIFT key. Now change the line to "Add to shape area (+)" and draw a horizontal line. Hold SHIFT key to make it perfectly horizontal.
Grab the Horizontal Type Tool, T, click-drag to create a type box and input a random text. Set the font to "V5 Prophit".
Select the "Shape 1" layer and go to Layer > Duplicate Layer, CTRL+J. Place several copies like below. Do the same for the text. To change the type input, double-click the layer thumb in the Layers palette.
Go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid color. Select a dark blue color and hit CTRL+SHIFT+[ to send it to back.
This will be a nice background for our image.