Our Tutorial divided into two brief stages:
> Creating the circular orb surface
> Drawing the VW emblem
Creating the Orb Surface
First off, start by going through File>New and creating a new 250x250 document in Photoshop with the following attributes:
Before we start drawing, access the Tool Panel on the left side of your workspace and go down all the way to the bottom to change the Foreground Color to #82B2E0 and the Background Color to #012B62. Those are the primary colors of our logo.
We will draw the basic circular shape of the logo now, so grab the Elliptical Marquee Tool from the Tool Panel, and then while holding down the Shift key, draw a selection of a circle on your canvas as shown below.
Now press Ctrl+Backspace to fill the selection with your pre-set Background Color.
Access the Tool Panel again and select the Gradient Tool this time. Make sure you select the Foreground to Transparent gradient type.
Create a gradient fill across your selection as shown in the screenshot below to complete creating the logo's surface.
Drawing the Emblem
Before we start off, press D to reset your Foreground and Background colors to their default white and black values and then press X to invert the colors' position. In this section we are going to basically draw the shape of the VW emblem and then give the layer we drew it on a Drop Shadow, an Inner Shadow and a Gradient Overlay style. Start off by creating a new layer by going through Layer>New Layer. Using the Elliptical Marquee Tool, draw a round selection inside the orb as shown below
Go through Edit>Stroke and apply a 10 px wide inside stroke.
Once you press OK, you should get a result similar to this.
Once you apply all these effects you should get something similar to the image below.