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Can anyone recommend any t shirt templates - the kind where I can put mydesigns on the t shirt via photoshop so it actually looks like it’s on the shirt.
Wondering if there’s a marketing package or similar ?
 

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Can anyone recommend any t shirt templates - the kind where I can put mydesigns on the t shirt via photoshop so it actually looks like it’s on the shirt.
Wondering if there’s a marketing package or similar ?
'Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.'

You have Photoshop, so why not take a few moments and learn how to place any of your designs onto any garment pictures you may have downloaded or taken yourself? The rewards will be much greater, including the money you'll save on templates.

It's often difficult to find custom templates for the brand of shirts you are selling, most are generic designs, yet it's usually easy to download images from the manufacturer that you can use as a mockup. Just learn how to use Photoshop's 'Displacement' feature, the 'Mutliply' layer mode, and, if you really want to make things much quicker and easier to use, 'Smart Objects.'

Lots of advice available on how to do this. Google and YouTube are your best friends here.


Note that, if your blank t-shirt image has no folds or wrinkles, or they are very gentle, then you probably don't even need the displacement, just setting the motif layer to 'Multiply' will do the trick, leaving the material shadows to give the illusion of depth to the wrinkles.
 
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