These long sleeve t-shirt mockups are excellent for showcasing various screen-printed images in presentations and portfolios. Making bespoke mockups is a cinch because to clearly labelled layers and neatly arranged folders. Change the shirt's colour quickly and simply, add your own original design to the front, back, sleeves, and collar, add a general textile pattern, or modify the provided backdrop. You may mix and match shirt fronts and backs thanks to the four separate, layered PSD files (two fronts, one back, and one folded). For both digital and print use, this enormous, high-resolution art piece (3000 × 3000 px @ 300ppi) works beautifully.
HOW IT WORKS: An embedded vector art file from Adobe Illustrator is linked directly to a Smart Object layer in the Photoshop project, and this layer is updated anytime the linked AI file is edited and saved. To use the vector format capabilities, Adobe Illustrator is necessary, but you may get the same result by exporting artwork as a transparent PNG or PSD from any design/drawing programme (Photoshop, Procreate, etc.) and inserting it into the mockup.
WHERE YOU START:
Four distinct, high-resolution PSD files with layers
One back, two fronts (one with sleeve detail folded over), and one folded
Smart Object layers provide rapid and simple replacement of your own designs.
You may instantly switch the body of the shirt to any number of other colours using the colour overlay layer.
masks for full-body graphic prints overall
translucent backgrounds in their entirety
Editable shadow drop
printed and tags are two types of neck art.
NOTE: For full operation, these mockups need both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. They are not meant to function with other design or drawing programmes like Affinity or Procreate. They were produced using Adobe Illustrator 2021 (v25.2) and Photoshop 2021 (v22.3). Although they ought to function with previous versions, it is advised to upgrade to the most recent software.
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