How to Create a Stupid Fast T-Shirt Mock-Up

by Dustin Lee June 15, 2017

How to Create a Stupid Fast T-Shirt Mock-Up

In this video tutorial, we'll mock our work up on a soft comfy looking t-shirt in Photoshop. This is a great way show clients how your design will look in the real world. To help you make your t-shirt mockup I've even included a handy texture you can use to follow along!

In this tutorial we'll cover:

  • How to add texture and color to create a t-shirt effect
  • How to distress your t-shirt so it looks old
  • How to use blending options to non-destructively add textures
  • How to make your t-shirt mock-up 100% customizable

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