Photoshop: Transform your Photos into Unique, Hand-painted WATERCOLOR Paintings.

Photoshop: Transform your Photos into Unique, Hand-painted WATERCOLOR Paintings.

Photoshop tutorial showing how to transform photos into unique watercolor paintings. Unlike the canned, watercolor filter which has predetermined effects, th…

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20 responses to “Photoshop: Transform your Photos into Unique, Hand-painted WATERCOLOR Paintings.”

  1. Tom Long says:

    Everything was working perfectly. After the last PS CC update, when I get
    to the dry brush stage, the brush doesn’t uniformly reveal color anymore.

  2. Feelings of Woe says:

    Photoshop CC does not have “Glowing edges”

  3. Oyin Braithwaite says:

    VERY helpful video. Loved the results.

  4. Yvette Sanders says:

    PERFECT!! Just what i needed! Great tutorial and very easy to follow. The
    results are amazing! Thank you so much!! 😀 

  5. Tannaz Sa says:

    What is the opacity on the brush layer? If I put it on %100 my pictures are
    mostly yellow.

  6. Barry Stepp says:

    great tutorial! very simple and easy to understand.

  7. Norbert Grill says:

    I got it. It is really a great way to get a watercolored pictures. looks
    very good. Thanks for this tut. Norbert

  8. Robert Meyerson says:

    I’m having a problem when I get to the Wet Media Brushes stage. When I
    brush over the image it subtracts the color. I’ve gone over the lesson many
    times, making the adjustments to match yours and it doesn’t seem to work
    for me. Suggestions?

  9. Rath Ren says:

    MAAAAN! First of all, thank you for the awesome tutorial. But I could only
    achieve 90% of it. My CS3 doesn’t have adjusting vibrance, Vibrance only
    starts at cs4, DAMMIT! LOL………….Any way around this problem? Thanks.

  10. Vivian Bedoya says:

    I tried this and the results were excellent. Thank you for a great

  11. mehdi zine says:

    truly great !!

  12. bjorn symoens says:

    everything works perfectly until I have to start using the brushes because
    BRUSH just stays a white picture. Did I do something wrong?

  13. Ali B says:

    Fantastic, thank you so much.

  14. alex rodriguez says:

    cool thanks !! :B

  15. RDYS says:

    Thanks, I learn something every time I come here.

  16. Cindy Sloan says:

    Wow easy tutorial!! Beautiful artwork! Thank you!!!! 

  17. Richard Wilbourn says:

    Very helpful. Thanks!

  18. Tilyo Rusev says:

    It’s great, but photoshop has a plig-in for that: “Alien skin Snap art”
    incredible and easy to use plug-in. Check it out, you won’t be sorry!

  19. Ingrid Lasoen says:


  20. Blue Lightning TV says:

    tamer ezzat…Basically, the steps are the same in CS6. Make sure you have
    the correct layer active when you brush over the image.

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