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100 Cloud Brushes +Extras

Phu, that was a lot of work, but it really was worth it, :-) For around 2 month I took around 1500 pictures of clouds and used the best shots to create these brushes. I always wanted to create my own cloud brushes as they can be used for a lot of different things.

In this product you will find:

  • 100 high resolution Cloud Brushes 2500x2500px (includes 4 symbols made with clouds)
  • Extra: 10 Cloud Stroke Brushes 500x500px
  • Extra: 17 photoshop styles
  • Extra: 14 Cloud pictures (most have 3000x5000px)
  • A short tutorial with tipps on how to create landmasses
  • everything created with Photoshop CS6
  • A total of 286 MB of uncompressed content

This brushes are useful to:

  • Put some clouds on these empty skies on your pictures
  • Useful as decoration in fantasy pictures
  • Background decoration
  • Whatercolor effects (stroke brushes)
  • Grunge effects on surfaces
  • Creating nebulas in outer space pictures
  • Creating maps for games
  • Creating pictures of islands or continents
  • Creating planets
  • Creating symbols made of clouds

If you want to save some money, here is a smaller version of this brush package:

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