This tutorial shows the Men's Mockups, but the Women's T-Shirt Mockup Templates work the same.
Why are easy-to-use realistic mockups so important?
Not just flat images- These are layered Photoshop PSD files and Illustrator AI files that allow you to change the color of the fabric, change the fabric look to heather, and crop your allover-print or oversize graphics to the shape of the shirt. Each template is masked cleanly around the edges of the shirt, so you can place these on top of any color or background.
Each t-shirt has an INFINITE number of color and heather fabric options. Using the clipping masks and layers will help you quickly add in your own custom design. High resolution files: 2600 pixels tall (suitable for catalogs, print, and web)
This collection includes multiple views of each shirt so your templates don't all have the same shape and wrinkles. This helps with realism and variety when presenting your designs on a website or catalog. Displacement maps (Photoshop version only) will allow you to automatically wrinkle your graphics to match the shape of the shirt.
Compatible with Photoshop & Illustrator (all versions CS4 though CC), Affinity 1 and 2, CorelDraw X5 (year 2010) or higher.
Did you know: Women's T-Shirt Mockup Templates is also part of T-Shirt Design Master Collection, the best deal on the biggest bundle of t-shirt design resources.
*Please note that the t-shirt logo graphics shown on the t-shirt images are not included. Graphic templates like these can be found in Logo Design Master Collection.
The templates are everything I need to do my mock ups. This definitely stepped up how my mock up turned out and looked. The video help with learning how to use the mock-up templates so I definitely recommend viewing it as your doing your own mockups.
Not only are the images great, it's so helpful to have the tutorial vides as well
The women’s T-shirt mock-ups are super wonderful! They are easy to use and look great with my logos. Definitely recommend!++
I’m starting an online t shirt business and am using TheVectorLab to help with my mock ups and vectors