Azure water

In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to draw azure water.

To begin this lesson, create a new document.
Then go to menu Filter (Filter) – Render (States) – Clouds (Clouds)

Then Filter – Blur (Blur) – Radial blur (Blur radius) with these settings:

Your image should look like this:

Now Filter – Sketch (Sketch) – Bas relief (Bas-relief). Use these settings:

Do you have the same?

Again Filter – Sketch – Chrome (Chromium)
Make these settings and click OK.

Here is what you have now:

And now let’s add colors!
Refer to the menu Image (Image) – Adjustments (Settings) – Hue and saturation (Color – saturation).

Set the following settings:

Zoom in a bit to make it easier to work with.

Click Ctrl + T to take the tool free transformation.

Hold down the “Shift”, “Ctrl” and “Alt” keys and drag the lower left corner to the left to add volume and depth.
See how it happened with us:

Select Instrument Brightener (the size 65), start painting the center of the image.
Thus, we will give a solar flare to water.

Now duplicate the water layer and apply to
menu Filter – Texture (Texture) – Stained glass (Painted glass). Make these settings and click “OK.”

You should be able to:

Now take the tool – Magic Wand and hold down the “Shift” key, select only the white color in the image, as shown below.

Press “Delete“on the keyboard and
deselect (Ctrl + D)

Now again Filter – Distort (Distortion) – Ripple (ripples)
Set such settings and click OK.

Result of distortion:

Now you will need to do the following:

As we used to do with water, we repeat:
Enlarge the image, then Ctrl + T (free transformation), hold down the “Shift”, “Ctrl” and “Alt” and pull the lower left corner to the left.

See below what happens. By the way, reduce the value Fill (color density) to 0%.

Now right-click on the layer with ripples – open the window for adding styles (Blending options) and then choose the style Color overlay (Fill color)

We use these settings:

You can click OK :)

There, there! And here is the result !!!

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