How to Create Raindrops on a Frosted Window in Photoshop

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In this Photoshop tutorial, learn how to create raindrops using a custom brush, Layer Styles, and Filters! We’ll also cover how to create a ‘frosted’ window with moisture that has been rubbed away.

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Tools used in this tutorial:

Custom brushes: Using the Brush panel, found under the Window menu, you’re able to create custom brushes by altering the size, spacing, dynamics, scattering, and so on. If you plan on using your custom brush in the future, make sure to save it!

Wave Filter: This filter can be used for many reasons, but is often used to rough up the edges of a perfect shape, such as a square or circle. To be able to edit the values later on, make sure to convert your layer into a Smart Object first.

Layer Styles: If you’re looking to add effects to your layers, you’ll likely want to use Layer Styles. Whether it’s an outer glow, a few shadows, or a bevel to give it depth, the possibilities are endless!
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