Once I created a selection, I saved it (Select > Save Selection) and named it something like "petaldrip1" or "stemdrip3", depending on where it was. I did it this way so I could have the flexibility to load all of the honey drips together to edit them as one, and I would still be able to load each one separately for special, individual tweaks. I'm anal like that. It's dreadfully tedious now, but it pays off later.
Eventually, this is how all of my drip selections looked when I loaded them together. (Tip: you can add selections to each other by loading a selection, and then going back to the Select > Load Selection option, check the "Add To Selection" box first, and then choose a new selection to add to it.) When I had all of the drips selected together, I saved this selection as "alldrips" for ease in loading them as one entity later on.
I wanted to give the appearance of the flower being drenched in honey, so I began adding some highlights with a small white paintbrush, 2 pixels wide and set at about 70% opacity. I added the highlights where they'd naturally fall. Zooming in at 400% made this a great deal easier. I followed that up with my smudge brush set at 6 pixels wide, and 60% strength.
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