Clouds Photoshop Brushes and Textures
Clouds are among the favorite element not only in graphic design and animation but also in photography. Try putting something or someone in front of an amazing sky backdrop and it will instantly look more interesting and dynamic. Clouds come in various forms and therefore provide dramatic mood or atmosphere to your layout. The use of clouds or sky images represent infinite possibilities and being high above the rest. Thus, clouds are commonly used as background for product advertisements, for nature-inspired designs, for 3D animations, among other things.
In this post, we are giving away a set of 10 high-resolution Photoshop brushes composed of fluffy clouds that you can use in your layout as background. These cloud brushes were created in Adobe Photoshop CS5 but these should also work with any CS version of Photoshop. The size of the brushes is at 2500 pixels wide, which is the highest resolution you can create for brushes in PS. But do not worry because as an added bonus, we are also including links to high-resolution versions of these cloud textures where these brushes were created from. Thus, you can still use them outside of Photoshop.
IMPORTANT!!!: Please refrain from redistributing these brushes and textures, (i.e., downloading this set and making it available for download somewhere else). Also, HOTLINKING to the archived file is not allowed. Please refer to this post if you want to spread the word.
DOWNLOAD CLOUDS BRUSHES
Size: 17.64 MB
File Type: ABR
10 HIGH-RESOLUTION CLOUDS TEXTURES
Here are 10 super high-resolution sky and cloud textures that you can use for free in your designs. All of these sky textures were aerial clouds shot from an airplane window. I hope you will find them useful in your designs. Although these are copyrighted in Flickr, we are actually giving these specific textures for free so you can use them in any way you want. Please do not reproduce or re-share this texture in their unaltered state. To download the texture that you want, simply click on the preview image and it will open a new window where you can get the original resolution.