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    I have a plethora of designs completed, ranging from music vinyl sleeves to book jackets. I have primarily decided to display my designs 'flat'. yet, as an addition to my portfolio I would also like to display a visual representation of the actual product, i.e a 'mock-up' (see below).

    I am searching for pre-made templates - or tutorial guides that are available for this purpose. I understand how this may be conceived as sheer laziness, but due to time constraints I have to cut some corners. can anybody point me in the right direction?


  • #2
    may want to look at "photoshop actions" - I know there's a few floating around for book and dvd style displays. I don't have the URLs on had though, I make my own.

    Or you create your own actions. Then when ever you want to display on a box, just load via layers (keeping the same layer names) and running the actions again and again and again.



    • #3
      THIS may be what you want. Its photoshop actions, I have some of them and they are really really good. They aint cheap tho.


      • #4
        Thanks for the guidance, this is what I was seeking!


        • #5
          Glad i could help.


          • #6
            The only drawback for me here is that music vinyl is not included. I am not surprised, yet if anybody is aware of an action script out there with this capability, please give me a shout! It would be much appreciated.


            • #7
              Heres some stuff that may help



              Action <- this is the only action i can find.






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