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how to make realistic looking t-shirt mock ups


#1
Hello there,
I was wondering if anyone could recommend any great tutorials for creating realistic looking t-shirt mock ups like these:
http://www.othertees.com/design/3319/
http://giftedapparelnyc.bigcartel.com/product/the-grind-tee-red
http://giftedapparelnyc.bigcartel.com/product/work-party-repeat-men-s-tees-bright-yellow
http://www.qwertee.com/product/view/recent/

Much more than just superimposing a design onto a blank T-shirt template (which i can do already…) I am most interested in learning techniques on how to blend in designs , so that they give my t-shirt mock-ups a more realistic look like they were actual t-shirts (like the examples shown in the links listed above…)

Can anyone share either good tutorials and/or some sort of course/lessons where I can learn?

i've been using Photoshop and Illustrator for one year now, so i'm not a total 'noob', i just need to learn some more advanced techniques.


Thanks!
 
#2
prity009 said:
Hello there,
I was wondering if anyone could recommend any great tutorials for creating realistic looking t-shirt mock ups like these:
http://www.othertees.com/design/3319/
http://giftedapparelnyc.bigcartel.com/product/the-grind-tee-red
http://giftedapparelnyc.bigcartel.com/product/work-party-repeat-men-s-tees-bright-yellow
http://www.qwertee.com/product/view/recent/

Much more than just superimposing a design onto a blank T-shirt template (which i can do already…) I am most interested in learning techniques on how to blend in designs , so that they give my t-shirt mock-ups a more realistic look like they were actual t-shirts (like the examples shown in the links listed above…)

Can anyone share either good tutorials and/or some sort of course/lessons where I can learn?

i've been using Photoshop and Illustrator for one year now, so i'm not a total 'noob', i just need to learn some more advanced techniques.


Thanks!
You could just use Photoshop's layer blending options and/or Edit->Transform->Warp
I don't know about any specific tutorials for this but you could insert "Photoshop layer blending" or "Photoshop warp" into Google or Youtube and see what you can find.