We got a very fast tutorial witch some amazing brush usage and antique color gamma.
So let's start this one fast.
Select an area, you will see this recently, and apply some layer styles to in immediately. For better start:
As you can see I'm beginning this one as a grayscale color model.
Now as my second step will be the creation of the color palette that I will use to color my grayscale model:
I've created an oval shape and overplayed it with a gradient.
I quite often create several copies of the color layer and set one or every of them to some node bud normal: it can give you some beautiful effect when they cross each other:
For example here we have a very saturated orange border right in the middle
Here is the shape on the white background.
Now it's time to deal with some foreground elements: we'll have a deal with abstract shapes this time:
Actually this is the same shape we've just used only transformed and squeezed:
So we now have some lines as foreground elements: I also recommend you to change the colors just a little bit to stick to different tone values.
I really think that it needs even more orange tones:
With even more elements: I've tried the dot brush first:
But I really didn't like the look of it and just applied one of my downloaded brushes: it's called CITRIC_INK.abr brush
. Apply it on a new layer with blending mode set to Color: and the color is orange.