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How to make water Drops

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This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it

Windows Rain Water Drops


This tutorial explains the basic,
you can add you own effect to change the appearance of the drop,
Like color, reflection, sizes….etc.

 

drop-001.png


 


Plugins required for this tutorial:


1- Random Shape Fill,
by Pyrochild http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/10633-random-shape-fill


2- Displacement, by MadJik
http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=7186


3- Drop Shadow, by
KrisVDM http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/8375-drop-shadow-and-other-effects-krisvdms-plugin-pack-updated-2010-10-26

 
4- Vignette by, Ed
Harvey http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/18811-ed-harvey-effects-v-35-2012-02-13

 
5- Sharpen +, by
Tanel http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/5456-sharpen-advanced-unsharp-mask-v31-2008-12-24

 

 

 

 

 

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drop-005.jpg

 

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Here I replicated the same drops layer 3 times and gave the lower 3rd layer further zoom out then applied Trail plugin:

 

drop-011.jpg

 

 

DropsFinal.png
 

Edited by Pixey
added .cc to Postimg images
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You're a genius and my rescuer. Thank you. I've been waiting for something like this in a long time.

*wonders if Ego is going to be nice enough to pin it ;)*

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Excellent tutorial and effect I will use this often.Cheers.....a wee quickie to say thanks for the share.

 

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Nice tute' mate ... it beats doing them all individually and using polar inversion for a bit of variation.

 

Deserved Pin

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Hello, Hello! ^.^

I know this tutorial is getting some age to it, but, since I gave a go at it, I thought I might as well share. One of the best parts about tutorial threads is looking at what everyone produces from the tut. I hope more people come along and keep sharing! <3

 

Anyways, here's my little attempt at this tutorial....

 

WaterDropsSiggyjpg_zpsc62871c4.jpg

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Good tutorial, but one thing I might say: remove the water drops that go over other ones. They can break the illusion. Apart from that, I really like the texture, I'll use it heaps! ;D

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Good tutorial, but one thing I might say: remove the water drops that go over other ones. They can break the illusion. Apart from that, I really like the texture, I'll use it heaps! ;D

 

I think you are right! :D Must get some time to try out tutes :(

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Excellent tutorial and effect I will use this often.Cheers.....a wee quickie to say thanks for the share.

 

YMraindrops_zps89ec9a37.png

have 1 for me too - great tutorial - especially for a beginner like me :beer:

 

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That's a pretty good tutorial. I guess I'm going to have to get some plugins.

That's always a good idea. :)

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The credit for the restoration ofthis tutorial goes to Pixey. She secured the images from Yellowman and created the PDF too. All I did was put the resources in place :)

 

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