How To Create a Painted Watercolor Effect in Photoshop

Follow this Adobe Photoshop tutorial to learn how to create a realistic watercolor effect. We’ll use a variety of filters to replicate the mottled appearance of real life watercolour paintings.

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7 responses to “How To Create a Painted Watercolor Effect in Photoshop”

  1. kex monsta Avatar

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  2. oddiex23 Avatar

    Love the videos and your website because you keep it quick and easy to follow

  3. Jonnathan Griffin Avatar

    love how your tutorials are very quick and to the point! subscribing to your channel! please keep the photoshop tutorials coming!

  4. aym313 Avatar

    subscribed thank you for this tutorial!

  5. Kaushal Mehta Avatar

    Will these settings work on images of all resolution?

  6. DKSouthpaw Avatar

    cool stuff man! Why did you go with the glowing edges inverted vs using the high pass/emboss? I'm guessing because the glowing edges gives you detail but still has some blotchiness to match the watercolor look?

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