Sliding droplets

In this Photoshop tutorial, you will see the incredible, as with just a few Photoshop filters, you can add real water droplets to the glass.

Open a photo with a glass or bottle.

Create a new layer.
Menu Editing – Fill – 50% Gray (Edit – Fill – 50% Gray)

Then apply the filters.

Filter – Rendering – Fibers (Filter – Render – Fibers)

Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur (Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur)
Add quite a bit of blur.

Add contrast using levels (Ctrl + L)
Move the extreme sliders to the center.

It turns out like this:

Next filter Texturizer – Stained Glass (Filter – Texture – Stained Glass)

Adjust the parameters yourself, here you set the future size of the droplets.

Here is the result:

Farther Filter – Sketch – Gypsum (Filter – Sketch – Plaster)

These are the cute ones that turned out to be bubbles or droplets.

Take the tool and click on the black color. Click Delete.

Now the droplets are separate from the background.

We transform them a little.

Press Ctrl + T, right-click, select the command Deformation (Wrap) – This feature is only available in CS2 and higher.

We customize the droplets to the shape of a wine glass. Press Enter to apply the transformation.

Finishing touch. Change the blending mode to Overlap (Overlay)
Take and erase those droplets that fled beyond the edges of the wine glass.

This is the result we got! These droplets slide on the surface of the wine glass.

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