Artist: Andrew Buckle
Compatible software: Photoshop, Elements
License: Full Extended Commercial
Free: Free samplers
Cloud shapes for Photoshop gallery ... (V38) 140 Artworks for Adobe PS CC 2015 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 Elements etc includes scratchy, smooth, fluffy, dark, sketch, cut, outlines, intense and more. PC & MAC. Commercial (CU4CU) use. You can use them to create items for sale such as books, illustrations, logos, web pages and more. CSH format. Load them by double clicking the CSH file or via the presets panel. Use with the Adobe PS toolbox. They can be used as a layer as well as a mask / selection / path as well as a fill pixels. You can use the powerful new CS6 stroke effects as well as feather features to create even more sky themed work. . Also you can use the tool via the cookie cutter in PSE to create instant frames and more
They are all in CSH format. You can in some versions of PS, open them via the file open. You can also double click the CSH file and this should load them into PS etc but it depends on the file associations. You can also right click the CSH file and select the open with command and then the CSH file and this again will load them into the app. You can also load them as well as replace them via the presets panel's right side menu - if the CSH is added to the presets folder for PS then you can also access the item by name. You can do much the same via the edit menu preset manager in some versions of the app.
You may find the cloud fonts of use and interest, you can use them in countless apps such as Affinity Photo, Pages, QuarkXpress etc
They can be used in commercial work as well as your personal work, you can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create new artworks that can be sold and so on (CU4CU). They can be used to create logos, book covers and interiors, illustrations, advertising, packaging, posters, caps, textiles, ceramics, skateboards, leaflets, web sites, templates, videos and much more. You can use them to create millions of stunning unique graphics. If you have any questions, please contact us and I will try and answer your questions as quickly as possible
You don't have to keep them only for Adobe PS, you can use them in other applications such as Corel PaintShop Pro, GIMP and many more. If you use them as a layer then you can also copy and paste into Illustrator or use the export command to export the path as an AI document for the art to opened in some vector applications. You can also just add them as a pixel / raster image and then save as a PNG or JPG or PSD and open that file in PSP GIMP and other applications. As they are vectors, you can make the file size of your raster export any size - say 10000 x 10000 and then import that. You can also use the decorative graphic to create strokes and tiles in Adobe PS and others and export any of those. You can also use them more than once to perhaps build a far more elaborate and intricate work and then export that to another graphic tool. You can save them as a PSB file as well via smart objects (linked) if you are using the latest versions of CC (or even better, you can now save the work to the libraries feature in Adobe CC and use the items in Illustrator etc. Or use visual effects and then export. The set is an unlimited selection of amazing work that can be of use in many different tools and not just the obvious,
You can find all our video tutorials on a number of sites such as vimeo.com and Tipdesk.com as well as the graphicxtras channel on Youtube.com. You can find out a whole range of different techniques on how to use vector artworks. You can find out how to load them, how to use them in 3D, how to use them in channels, how to combine them, how to use them in Illustrator, storing them in the CC libraries, how to distort them, how to use them as a source for many new brushes, how to use them as a frame, how to use them in quick masks, use in elements, as a cookie cutter, use in the flame and tree renders and much more. Any questions, please contact us
There are three options open to the tool in PS: layers, paths and fills. They each have their uses and they all have their advantages and disadvantages. With the layer option, you have a really major advantage in that if you decide that you don't want to add that stormy effect to your image then you can quickly remove it or perhaps if you want a darker than normal sky or perhaps a very light coverage you can quickly change the opacity and the color or style of the selected item. You can't do that so easily if you have used them as fills and blended the results with the background layer though you can always add the pixel fills to a new layer and delete that or change the settings for the layer such as changing the opacity. The vector layers can also be distorted and scaled and rotated and sheared easily, the pixel fill cannot though you can change them such as make them bigger or smaller after adding them, the result will generally degrade where the vector will remain still perfectly sharp and editable until you finally decide to flatten the work. One trouble with the vector layer is that you cannot add brush strokes to it so if you decide to roughen up the dark vector you can't with the brush strokes (be a nice addition if there was a smart brush feature where all the brush data is recorded but that is not available in the current 2015 version of PS) so if you want to add strokes to the artwork then you have to use them as a raster layer or pixel fill. The vector layers can be quickly turned into a smart object but then again, so can the fill pixel if it is added to a layer / background that is unlocked. With the smart object technology, you can also add smart filters and adjustments that can be removed and reset and modified at any point in the creative process. The path option is also good but the path has no fill or stroke but you can always convert them into selections which can be filled with effects as well as gradients and brush strokes etc. The layers option is probably my favourite as you can also add to it with other paths and subtract from it and the artwork can be exported to Illustrator for some editing and then stored safely in the CC libraries for another stormy day.