Create High Quality Shadow Mockups
What you'll learn
Looking to improve your presentation skills? In this class, Krittika Mittal will teach you how to create personalized shadow mockups. These can be used to display your most recent artwork, for client work and branding, or even as wedding invitations. These mockups enhance the appeal of your design and help you visualize the finished product. Krittika walks you through the process of locating the right photos, altering them, and working with shadows to make your mockup look real. This class is accessible to everyone; all you need is a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop!
Materials and tools used in this class
Adobe PhotoshopView on Adobe
Unsplash picture by Andrej LišakovView on Unsplash
Unsplash picture by Cody DavisView on Unsplash
Vintage paperView on Shutterstock
Marbled backgroundView on Shutterstock
12 free paper texturesView on Dribbble
Paper textureView on Shutterstock
Freepik paper texturesView on Freepik
Monstera leavesView on Freepik
Palm leavesView on Freepik
Leaves bokehView on Shutterstock
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This class has 6 sessions (20m)
Meet the graphic designer and illustrator Krittika Mittal! She will walk you step-by-step throughout the process so you can obtain a great outcome.
Krittika will show you how to recognize the correct images. She will walk you through the background editing and recoloring process.Included
Krittika will show you how to add shadows to your mockup to make it look more realistic once you have finished creating your elements.
After this, Krittika will help you choose a color palette and teach you how to apply colors to the base tile.
Finally, Krittika will teach you how to add your designs in a non-destructive manner to your mockups.
In this last segment, Krittika will share some tips and tricks and other ways of creating exciting mockups.
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Hi, I'm Krittika Mittal, a graphic designer and an illustrator based in New Delhi, India. I have been learning and teaching visual arts for the past 8 years. I hope to make art more tangible and more approachable to people.