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How to Create Photorealistic T-Shirt Mockups
When designing for apparel, presentation of your proofs is very important. A detailed image of a piece simply will not suffice as anadequate proof. You want to hit the design home, and mocking it up on a t-shirt is what’s going to do the job. Apparel designs are much different than regular print jobs because you can potentiallydesign around every nook and cranny of the garment, this is something you won’t be able to illustrate to your client with some large .jpeg. They hired you for your creative knack, and that’s what you’regoing to need to bring to the table.
{draw:frame} Now here at Go Media, we’re always mocking up something – many of them tees – and after a while we realized that providing a pack of tees gearedtowards designers for presentation purposes would be very cool. And we did just that… a twenty piece pack of tees that comes separated in five colors with four variations of each. Fronts and backs,clipping masks to isolate your artwork onto the appropriate areas, and even a shadow layer to placed conveniently on top to give it that authentic printed look! We took a lot of time and pride out on theseto make sure they came out just right, because bringing the best to our clients is a goal we all share as designers.
_In this tutorial, I’ll be using a design that I created for Kick Rocks – an upand coming apparel company._
Author’s note: This process will also cover how I mocked up the “Designing on a Budget” tutorial’s end result (Vomit Whistle) onto a tee – which is the very thing thathelped spark the idea to make the pack and this accompanying tutorial (thanks “nobahdi” who asked the initial question of how the shadows were applied to the tee, and everyone else who commented onthe tutorial!).
Now we’re going to take our tee from the pack (Blue Front Wrinkled.tiff file) and open it up in Photoshop.
Now focus on your layer panel. This is...
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