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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.

 

 

 

Allan

 

 

https://youtu.be/aOKsS9HqsEk


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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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Now, I don‘t know if this is still relevant, but I found this website Photopea which lets you work with smart objects, that are needed for mockups. You simply drag and drop your PSD file in, double click the smart object layer, edit it, save it with crtl S and return to your mockup. 

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