12. Next for the roof, select the Ellipse Tool and draw a circle using the colour #cd1010. Duplicate the circle and move it to the side by holding down the Shift or CTRL Key and clicking the right arrow (this will only work if you've clicked on the Move Tool). Do this until you have many circles like below.
Next select the Rounded Rectangle Tool and draw the rest of the roof like below.
13. Press CTRL + ' to bring up the grid. On the main rectangle layer, press CTRL+T, while holding down CTRL & Shift, select the top corners of the shape and drag them to the center like below.
Afterwards press CTRL+' again to remove the grid. If the rectangle edges aren't lining up with the end of the circles, press CTRL+T and bring align the edges with the circles.
14. While holding down the Shift Key, select the first and last roof layer to select all of the layers, right click and Convert to Smart Object to merge all the layers into one layer. To bring up the marquee around the roof, click on the layer thumbnail while holding down the CTRL Key. Create 2 new layers for the light tones and shading. Using a soft edged brush, draw on the shadows and tones of the roof on each layer. Put in the black brush layer to 12% Opacity and the white brush layer to 8% Opacity.
15. Bring up the marquee tool around the roof again, select the Elliptical Marquee Tool and draw over the bottom of the selected area while holding down the ALT Key to remove it. With the remaining shape create a new layer and fill it white. Set the Opacity to 50%.
16. Bring up the marquee around the roof one last time, select the Rectangle Marquee and remove the edges like below (draw over the 2 sides of the selected area while holding down the ALT Key to remove them). Create a new layer and place it below the roof layer & fill it black. Set the Blending Mode to Soft Light, and the Opacity to 62%.
17. For the drop shadow, select the rounded marquee tool and draw a black shape underneath the shop layers. Go into Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and put in 5.9.