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Realistic Rain Photoshop Tutorial

Resources Tutorials 26063 4/29/2018 12:00:00 AM

Hi guys! I was searching for a good realistic rain effect tutorial the other day and I have found this great Photoshop tutorial from deviantArt. The author, Alice alias zummerfish was nice enough to let me feature her tutorial on my blog and share it with all of my visitors.

To follow this tut you need Photoshop intermediate level, knowledge of basic adjustments as well as layer masks. From this tutorial you will learn how to create realistic looking rain effect in Photoshop using brush samples, layer styles and lighting effects.

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About The Author

Author Alice is a young digital artist from France. You can follow Alice on her deviantArt account zummerfish. There you can see her beautiful photo manipulations and also read some other cool tutorials. In her Tutorials folder , Alice shows you How to Create a Realistic Underwater Scene, How to Draw Realistic Clouds, How To Work With Abstract Lights, etc.

Realistic Rain Tutorial

Learn how to create a beautiful realistic rain scene in 11 steps. It is an easy to follow tutorial, hope you find it useful!

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6 comment(s) for "Realistic Rain Photoshop Tutorial"

amruta
amruta
7:00 AM Saturday, May 7, 2011
i want to make petal falling or leaves falling effect on my picture reply
PSDDude
7:00 AM Saturday, May 7, 2011
Hi, here is a tutorial on how to use a brush to create different effects like falling leaves.

I hope this tut helps you!

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shahid
shahid
4:45 PM Tuesday, February 7, 2012
it is realy nice and useful ....thank you reply
canadiancorona
canadiancorona
12:13 AM Monday, February 25, 2013
I get through to step 4.6, but 'Edit>Define Brush' is grayed out. Anyone know why? reply
John
12:18 AM Monday, February 25, 2013
There are some possible reasons why your Define Brush is not active: you have to have a layer selected; if that selected layer is a text, vector shape the Define Brush will not work. The same thing happens if you have a Group selected. reply
Tanjil Islam
Tanjil Islam
1:06 PM Monday, April 29, 2019
Superb tutorial. Excellent rain effects in easy steps. Thanks. reply

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