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Help for putting a design on this T-shirt Mockup PSD file
#1
Hello gimp users, I'm beginner with gimp. I have a PSD file and want to use gimp to put any design in the future on this T-shirt mockup.

By searching, I found that people will face some obstacles because of Photoshop smart objects. And as a beginner, tried many tutorials, but applying them on this mockup didn't work for me!

Mockup link download: (Download Size 15.2 MB .. After extract will be 53 MB):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8njktwtjscp5w1...p.rar?dl=0
Example of a simple weird design  Big Grin   to put on that T-shirt Mockup
https://www.dropbox.com/s/elqrbx5vlqv1js...0.png?dl=0


Thank you for reading and all of your efforts.

Note: This Mockup is free for personal and commercial use, I just didn't want to link to the source as I'm afraid of linking to external source will break rules or something.
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#2
Tried these ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s71tP-7zI_g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEs6Ml64twE
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#3
Thank you for replying. I'm considering to use a design on a plain t-shirt mockup images as shown in above videos. But I need to put a design into this ready layered psd file for purpose of learning too. because maybe in the future I see a ready mockup psd file that I like and use it.
So I need to learn and handle situations like this.
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#4
Quote:... But I need to put a design into this ready layered psd file for purpose of learning too.
You really need to use Gimp, manipulating simple images before getting involved with more complex projects, however:

These PS templates seldom work 100% and this one is no different.

ref:  https://i.imgur.com/jkMrdbW.jpg
1. Expand the layer groups and turn off the copyright layer visibility.
2. The highlights layer is in a non-compatible mode for Gimp, turn visibility off.
3. The 'sample' logo is in 'Change this' Get rid of it. Easiest way is use the eraser tool with a large brush size. Note this layer is only 860 x 860 pix That is the size for your mockup logo.
4. The black 'Change T-shirt color' layer is not suitable for your logo, bucket fill with white. Note the bucket fill tool option BG color fill.

ref:  https://i.imgur.com/E5mBHAA.jpg
6. Lost 5 somewhere Wink Your 5000 x 5000 logo is too large for the mock up. Work on a copy and scale down to 860 x 860 Image -> Scale Image
7. With the 'Change this layer'  active paste the copied logo in. Edit -> Paste
8. Anchor the resulting 'Floating' temporary layer into the 'Change This' layer
9. Gives this which might be ok for your purposes.


ref:  https://i.imgur.com/ZG45tyN.jpg
10. The mockup can sometimes be improved by giving the logo the effect of following the folds in the cloth. Use Filters -> Map -> Displace
see:  https://docs.gimp.org/2.10/en/gimp-filter-displace.html  Use the shadows layer as the map and slightly adjust the Vertical displacement.
11. Different colours ? Fill the relevent layer to suit.

Edit: Important Gimp 2.10.20 (maybe .22) psd file handling is a bit buggy. Save your work as Gimp .xcf file.
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#5
(10-13-2020, 06:07 AM)meetdilip Wrote: Tried these ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s71tP-7zI_g

Awesome video! very easy and simple to follow. do you know any site for download more free mockups??
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#6
(10-14-2020, 09:55 AM)samirad Wrote: Awesome video! very easy and simple to follow. do you know any site for download more free mockups??

graphicburger.com/mock-ups/
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