Nice work! Quick question: how did you make the diagonal gradient line (if that's the appropriate name) that extends downward from the top-left corner of the front image? I've been looking online for how to accomplish such an effect but haven't found anything yet. Thanks!
It's actually a fairly simple effect to make. 1) Make a selection of the inside of the screen (here a rounded rectangle) 2) On a new layer, make a gradient from white to transparent going in the angle that you want it to shine from. 3) Use the selection tool to cut the gradient to the shape you want. 4) Lower the opacity until you have the desired look.
If that doesn't make sense, let me know and I'll make a photo-tutorial for you.
3 layers total; Bottom layer: Gray rounded rectangle with a bevel at standard angle. Selected diagonally across it, feathered the selection and deleted half. Middle Layer: Same as bottom layer except the bevel angle is +/- 180 degrees. Select and feather again, deleting other half to create an even style bevel on all 4 corners. Top Layer: Pen tool the darkest parts and gaussian blur it to blend it in
probably more complicated than it needed to be, but it got the job done