PixelBuddha has some fantastic T-shirt mockups, free to download. The PSD files are ready for Photoshop users to drop their logos or artwork in with little fuss, with the results rivaling a professional photo shoot.
There’s no better way to show-off a design than placing it in a real-world environment (such as a T-shirt design shown on an actual T-shirt). To do that, you can either photograph it yourself, or use one of these highly convenient and high-quality mockups. The PSD files are set to use with a SmartObject layer you simply double-click to place your design in, save the SmartObject, and boom! You’re mockup is ready to present to your client.
A “mockup” cannot be leaked. In order to be a leak, the item in question must actually be real (from the company that actually makes the item) – not a computer generated or plastic molded concept image. A mockup is generally created for the specific intent of sharing with other people.
And while we’re on the subject of bullshit headlines used by every blog looking for page views, a product cannot be delayed if a date for its release has not been given by the company that makes the product.
And, you don’t need an analyst’s supply chain check to tell you that Apple will almost always announce a new iPhone every September. It amazes me how many sites manages to publish articles that use 200-500 words, quoting “analysts” and the ever popular “anonymous source,” to tell you what everyone already knows.
Since I’m off on a rant here, allow me to lay a digital smack-down on sites that offer a list of 10 things Apple MUST add to the next iPhone. Without exception, every one of these stupid articles list at least eight things that nobody but the biggest tech nerd gives a crap about.
I’d like to hire The Rock to lay a real-life smack-down on all their candy asses!
Photo by Matt Brink.
This collection of 100 awesome Photoshop action files creates realistic mockups of your designs with the click of a button. Here are a few samples of what you can create (click to enlarge/see details).
The collection includes:
- 17 Hardcover books
- 9 Softcover books
- 9 Paperback books
- 8 Pamphlets
- 5 Magazines
- 6 Flyers
- 4 Envelopes
- 8 CD/DVDs & cases
- 8 Business cards
- 25 Brochure layouts
- 5 Bags
You can grab the collection of 100 Photoshop Mockup Actions here.
Grab this free Photoshop Action file to create a realistic simulation of a letterpress business card. Handy for presenting mockups to clients.