Sublimated tablecloth mock-up


#1

Hello,
For my clients, I have had various occasions to need a mock up to display a sublimated tradeshow table cover/throw. In the links below are a few examples of what I have need of:
http://www.custombannerlab.com/tt-diesub-custom-table-cloth-2.html?utm_source=googlepepla&utm_medium=adwords&id=20005783933&utm_content=pla

http://estore.tradeshow-stuff.com/UltraFit-Table-Cover-p/ulrtrafit-dyesub.htm?gclid=CIjm086JxLMCFYN_QgodU0YAxQ

http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Custom-Full-Color-Trade-Show-Table-Cover-Throw-Dye-Sublimation-Imprinted-/170803239903#vi-content


#2

Hi tbp007
I prepare 3d models to be customized in photoshop, this mean that you can rotate all round, and see the table in any angle, check my portfolio, you need at least the photoshop CS5 extended


#3

Hi Colatudo,
I sincerely appreciate you posting a reply. I use PS CS5 (I have extended version). I looked over your portfolio; you do great work! However, I am skeptical because I am still quite awkward with PS’s “extended” 3D, in fact, I have never used it and accomplished anything I like well enough to show anyone or include in my portfolio. I think I need a mock-up similar to a T-shirt mock-up: transparent background, provision to change fabric color(s), and capability to drop the artwork on various planes (front, top, and sides) via smart objects.


#4

There’s always a first time, without any obligation, I’m willing to give one of my models for free to change your mind and make a test, the only thing you must do before customizing is changing the render quality to interactive, and to finish changing to Ray Traced Final quality and let the photoshop render the scene, with shadows and reflections. Before you make up your mind, you can check my pdf tutorials at issuu, or video tutorials at youtube.
http://issuu.com/colatudo, https://www.youtube.com/user/colatudoYTube


#5
tbp007 said

provision to change fabric color(s), and capability to drop the artwork on various planes (front, top, and sides) via smart objects.

Textures in the different material slots (diffiuse, reflection, environment,…) of a PS 3D object operates identically to smart objects used in 2D psd files. Technically inside it’s the same mechanism.


#6

Hello,
Please look at my portfolio…and if any requirement please mail me


Thank you


#7
colatudo said

There’s always a first time, without any obligation, I’m willing to give one of my models for free to change your mind and make a test, the only thing you must do before customizing is changing the render quality to interactive, and to finish changing to Ray Traced Final quality and let the photoshop render the scene, with shadows and reflections. Before you make up your mind, you can check my pdf tutorials at issuu, or video tutorials at youtube.
http://issuu.com/colatudo, https://www.youtube.com/user/colatudoYTube

Colatudo, your 3D Flag mock-up tutorial on youtube does give me some hope. :) I'll look over the other tuts, as well.

#8
Artzone13 said

Hello,
Please look at my portfolio…and if any requirement please mail me


Thank you

Your frock mock-up looks like a good starting point, Artzone. Thank you for replying.

#9
Sealord said
tbp007 said

provision to change fabric color(s), and capability to drop the artwork on various planes (front, top, and sides) via smart objects.

Textures in the different material slots (diffiuse, reflection, environment,…) of a PS 3D object operates identically to smart objects used in 2D psd files. Technically inside it’s the same mechanism.

Thank you, Sealord!


#10

Hi tbp007

As soon you decide send me your email to send you a sample