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I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

 
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Old November 27th, 2011 Nov 27, 2011 9:20:38 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

So, I was given this shirt as a template for digital mockups. How can I change it in Photoshop to suit a different color of shirt? I'm trying to make a mockup with a black shirt without using the shirt's realistic detail (shading, wrinkles, etc...). Thank you!
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Old November 27th, 2011 Nov 27, 2011 10:00:31 PM -   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

Umm, I've got better looking realistic mock ups if you want them. I think I have one I found free online that comes in all standard shirt colors. Honestly, the one you have now looks terrible.
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Old November 27th, 2011 Nov 27, 2011 10:20:40 PM -   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

Yikes, really? "Terrible"?? Alrighty then. Where can I get some that are better?
 
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

Go media has some amazing mock ups. They cost money, but trust me its worth it. Do what you can to make selling easier!
 
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

I found this site: Complete Collection of Blank T-Shirt Mockup Templates
 
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

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I found this site: Complete Collection of Blank T-Shirt Mockup Templates
Yes, the American Apparel one is the one I was referring to.

You can also use this free online generator: ShirtMockup.com - Upload your art. Mock it up. Download your image for FREE!

Or this http://www.assault.it/2009/09/05/fre...shirt-mockups/
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Default Re: I want to make this blank t-shirt black for mockups without losing the shading detail

Awesome, thank you!
 






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