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    Hey Guys!

    I am looking for the software, to make these awesome presentations of
    logo - designs:
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    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    You could use most any 3D application, but something like this would be easy enough to do in Photoshop.


    • #3
      Google: free logo mockup psd and you will find what you're looking for. If you look around that exact mock up is available for free. I have it myself but I can't think where I got it.


      • #4
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        • #5
          sorry to say, I don't think that you know Photoshop pretty well. Because this type of design can be made through Photoshop. Beside this you can google it and can find any other software you like.


          • #6
            I'm gonna go off on a tangent here about this kind of rendering.
            When doing these, remember, time is money.
            This should be a 10 minute exercise to possibly show a client what their metal logo would look like on a wall or sign. When we do these, we just use gray gradients or brushed finish or stippled finish depending on the actual sign finishing. The client gets it. Sometimes, for higher end work, they get rendered imaging more like this in AutoCAD or VectorWorks or sometimes some other 3D program that will do it quickly from a schematic wireframe, usually in a larger context, and light it and render it 'with the push of a button' or two or three.

            If doing for a portfolio, let's just say, if I were going to hire a designer to design a metal sign, I'd want to see a photo of the installed piece, not a fake photoshop rendering. Designers can make pretty pictures all day, but when it comes to realizing the stuff in 3D? It may look good on paper but turn out not to be practical.

            That particular template is ''off.'' The SEALS is not built to the same perspective angle as the HQ. It also appears to be two different finishes, which may or may not be intentional.


            • HotButton
              HotButton commented
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              Yeah, I've said it many times here; for my money, mockups are a waste of time. If a client asks for a specific simulation, I'll work it up for an additional charge, but these canned, free-on-the-web renders always have something wrong in them, and some exaggerated quality to ''make it pop.'' The example in this thread is actually a simulation of a bad photo of a poorly fabricated specimen. If that was a real shot of a real piece, I'd ask the photographer; ''couldn't you get a good one?''

            • PrintDriver
              PrintDriver commented
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              ....can't put links in comments????
              Hang on...
              Last edited by PrintDriver; 10-24-2017, 09:57 AM.

          • #7
            I wouldn't ask why the photog couldn't get a good shot, I'd ask why the designer allowed the installer to put it up crooked. Don't you oversee your work?

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            • HotButton
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              Ohhhh...I just thought the CAMERA was crooked.





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