Creating Mockup Templates in Photoshop

Creating Mockup Templates in Photoshop

Hey everybody, in this video I’m going to show you How To Create Mockup Templates in Photoshop. You can use these mockup templates for sublimation product proofs, htv product proofs, screen printing proofs, etc. This techniques uses smart objects, layer masking, and transform, rotate & skew tools.

You will need a modern version Photoshop to follow along… This video was done using Photoshop CC 2015.5… If you have have an older version like CS5 or CS6, this should still work in those versions…

If you don’t have Photoshop or need a newer version, you can download a free trial from here: http://www.adobe.com/downloads.html

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– Photoshop CC 2015.5

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29 replies
  1. The Cynergist
    The Cynergist says:

    Can I do this from a photo I take myself of my phone case? How do I make sure it’s the same size as my actual case and keep the camera cutouts in the right place? Also, when you say bezier pen, do you just mean the regular pen tool?

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  2. josh lear
    josh lear says:

    The way you edited the music to the intro was hilarious! that beat drop was way too epic for that title page but I loved it. Went back and watched it twice XD

    …also, great video. Learned a lot. Thanks!

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  3. T Villanueva
    T Villanueva says:

    This is a very useful video. Thank you. Do you have any videos that show you how to make sublimation designs for mugs in either PS or Corel?

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  4. Barbara Glenewinkel
    Barbara Glenewinkel says:

    I love the way you verbalize each and every step! For newbies, this is such a great thing to do because I don’t know what to do when steps are just glazed over or not mentioned. I’ve subscribed because I love your teaching style!

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  5. Luke Royle
    Luke Royle says:

    Thank you for your quick guide! You have no idea how much time and money you’ve saved me!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  6. Aman Soni
    Aman Soni says:

    usually i don’t comment on tutorial videos but seriously bro THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i thought making mockups is something i can’t do. Cheers to you!

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  7. Cherise Cialona
    Cherise Cialona says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial! Do you know how to keep the reference point in the middle if the shape of your object is a triangle and not square or rectangle?

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  8. Solid Stitch Embroidery
    Solid Stitch Embroidery says:

    This was great! Do you know how to generate thousands of images onto a mug or t-shirt, without doing each one manually?

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  9. smartstickers
    smartstickers says:

    Hi, Thank you for this tutorial, i got stuck when you drag the image to the rectangle , cannot drop it. what short cut you are using to drop the picture? Thank you

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  10. Kathy MacMannis
    Kathy MacMannis says:

    Awesome tutorial!! I’ve been able to create several mockups now but I’m having a terrible time trying to create one for a baseball cap. I can’t seem to get the warp to bend in the correct way. Any suggestions??? ~~~Thanks!

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  11. DS Gaming
    DS Gaming says:

    Nice tutorial but hard to understand key combination for windows users. Can you please ad some subtitles for key of mac to windows? (Command=Control)

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