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Old June 14th, 2019 Jun 14, 2019 9:35:45 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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I am having a really hard time with photoshop right now. If someone could please help me out just have a few questions to create the right t shirt mockup image I am looking for I appreciate it

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Hi. That's a bit of of a generalised question. What, specifically is troubling you?

Making a mockup in Photoshop usually involves finding a suitable image of a blank t-thirt then making a Smart Object layer of the printed image, which you can change at will. You can scale warp, or displace the Smart Object layer to follow the contours of the shirt and every time you change the image it will automatically follow the same contours. Finally, set the Smart Object layer blend mode to 'multiply' so that it blends with the shirt.
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you can also use displacement mapping. But why wasting time if you can grab bunch of free photoshop mockups or you can buy very professional pack for few bucks?

The way I see it: one less burger in to the mouth, you save bunch of time and you just change little things if you need to...

The hell, I bought one mock up for few bucks, just cause I didn't wont to waste my time and I wonted to go on my bicycle, cause we had great weather...
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bicycles! yay!

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