How to Load Brushes into Photoshop

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I just finished recording a video about how to create clouds, fog, and mist in Photoshop.

As a part of that lesson I gave you kind folks a new brush to help you better create your clouds. If you’ve never loaded new brushes into Photoshop and need some help, follow the simple instructions below:

  1.  Download my brush file and save it in an easy-to-access file.
  2.  In Photoshop, go to your Brush Presets panel by selecting  the “window” menu at the top of your screen and selecting “brush presets.”
  3.  Once you’ve accessed your brush presets menu, click the dropdown menu in upper right hand corner.
  4.  Click “Load Brushes.”
  5.  Find the file where you stored the downloaded brushes and double click on the file.
  6.  Enjoy that sweet sweet cloud brush.
  7.  Share your cloud art in one of our private reader groups!

3 Responses to How to Load Brushes into Photoshop

  1. Dave September 3, 2015 at 8:45 pm #

    Helpful video. The download link for the brush seems to be broken, all I get is a string of text.

  2. Glen January 25, 2016 at 12:15 pm #

    Is the Download for the brush file still operational?
    I get a message Not Enough Disk space, but I am sure that the file is not 200Gb?

    • Jim June 28, 2017 at 4:48 pm #

      I just downloaded the brushes, They are 2.35 KB when downloaded.

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