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CreatingA Wet Surface
This tutorial will show you how to create a wet surface.

Step 1:

Lets firsttake this quaint road background.

Step 2:

Now lets duplicate our background layer as shown below.

Step 3:

On our new layer lets change the layer from Normal to Soft Light.


Step 4:

With your new layer we will need to move it so it appears on the road to give a reflection type look.

Choose Edit/Free Transform and move it so it looks like a reflection on the road.

Step 5:

Now we will add a layer mask to the new layer. Choose Layer/Add Layer Mask/Reveal All. Then add the cloud filter to the mask. Filter/Render/Clouds.

Step 6:

Now use the eraser tool and erase the excess parts around the road.

Step 7:

Select the new layer and unlink it as shown below.

Step 8:

Now apply an Ocean Ripple to the new layer. Filter/Distort/Ocean Ripple. Make sure the ripple is set to the default values.

Step 9:

Now apply a Motion Blue. Filter/Blur/Motion Blur. Make sure your values are set to what I have below.

Step 10:

Now relink the mask and change the layer to Overlay and then set the opacity to whatever you like. Make sure you play with the opacity to give it a more realistic look.

Step 11:

Your final product should be something like this! Enjoy! !


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