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Here is a quick look at using mockups within Affinity Photo and Designer. Slightly different from using PS, but still possible and a great way to display your's or a clients work.








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this is really nice....but what exactly. is a "mockup"?.....English is my second language and there are some things that slip my own proficiency in the English vocabulary, being new to it. I thing I can get the meaning, but I am not really sure about its conceptionl

Thanks a lot for the tutos.

they are simple and direct. By the way I have seen in one of them a sort of use of a "displacement map" or likely in order to fit a s hap e on a surface and being able to get the particular movement of the underground. Like those ripples of the t-shirt fabric. Would be nice to have a single tutorial about how to this in AP. A slower one,,,more a tutorial than a tip,

Thanks again for your generous sharing,

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