30 Cloud Brushes for Photoshop

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Add realistic clouds to any image with a single click in Photoshop

This collection of high resolution brushes for Photoshop contains 30 photo-realistic individual and grouped clouds. They are sourced from real photos and are extremely detailed.

These brushes are ideal for adding clouds to images with Photoshop, simply choose a white foreground color and paint clouds onto any landscape photo or image containing sky with a single click. This pack contains tonnes of different cloud types to suit any type of sky.

In addition to the Photoshop brushes we have also included 30 individual transparent .png files that can be used with any other image editing application including non-Adobe programs.

Update Aug 30, 2017

This update adds 15 new clouds to the collection, bringing the total to 30.

Using the Brushes:

  1. Save the resource file and extract the ABR file to a directory you can remember
  2. Open an existing Photoshop file or create a new document
  3. Find the brush palette, or open it by going to Window > Brushes
  4. In the upper right of the brush palette there is a small down arrow next to a set of lines, this is the extended menu.
  5. Click on the extended menu and find the option to “Load Brushes”
  6. Find the extracted ABR file(s) and click okay. This should populate the brush palette with your new styles.
  7. Create a new layer, and select the brush tool, and pick one of the new brushes.
  8. Set the foreground color to White and click once to paint a cloud


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