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The wet glass effect can be used to give an image a glossy look. It is often used on images of water which will have ripples on the surface. The wet glass effect can be achieved by using Photoshop's filter > blur > selective blur tool with a low radius setting.

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a realistic wet glass effect in photoshop. Creating a wet glass effect in photoshop can be done with a combination of effects that includes a cloud texture and the watercolor filter.

The wet glass effect is a popular technique that helps create a realistic look in Photoshop. This effect is perfect for any photo, but it creates an extremely realistic look in images containing water.

Today, we are going to learn how to create a wet glass effect in Photoshop. To do this, you will need the following tools: 1) A photo of your choice 2) Channels 3) Lasso Tool 4) Brush Tool 5) Eraser Tool 6) Pencil Tool 7) Gradient Tool 8) Fill Layer

When trying to create wet glass effect in Photoshop, there are a few mistakes that can be avoided. The first is not using content-aware fill to remove the uneven background. Another mistake is not using a dark colour or black to paint the glass. If you use any other colour, it will show through the wet paint and not look realistic.

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