Let’s face it; there are a lot of ways to produce clouds in Photoshop. If you ask Google how to create clouds in Photoshop, you’re likely to discover a list as long as the Internet itself. The main reason for this is that Adobe was nice enough to include a filter that creates clouds with just a few clicks. If you’ve ever tried to create clouds this way however, you’ve probably discovered that it doesn’t always come out the way that you would like. This is because the default cloud filter really isn’t the best way to produce photo-realistic clouds in Photoshop. In fact, the best way to product photo-realistic clouds in Photoshop is to just drop in a photo of some real ones.
Creating clouds using creative photo manipulation is great but it has drawbacks as well. What if you can’t find the right photo? Or what if you want to create your own cloudscape without the use of photos or filters?
That’s why today we’re releasing a set of 25 High Resolution Brushes for Creating Clouds in Photoshop. These brushes are really great at producing stunning horizons, sunsets, and skies. You can really have a lot of fun with this set and because there are no edges on these brushes the possibilities are truly endless.
Brushes in Action
You can see these brushes in action in this short video tutorial.
You can download these brushes below.