Flyer / Card Realistic PSD Mock-ups

These mock-ups work via Smart Objects:
- You don’t need any skill with Photoshop, just place your design in the Smart Object, and it will automatically update with your design
- Perfect for any type of Business Card, but also for flyers and posters
- Huge Image Size for great close-ups: 3000x2000 px 72DPI
- These mock-ups are in PSD format, in 2 clicks you have your design in place, like you printed it for real and took a photo of it
- A wide variety of different mock-ups, all top quality and realistic
- Make beautiful closeups of your designs, and impress your buyers and clients with a realistic look of the final product

Important:
The mock-ups are editable photographies, but the items can't be moved in the documents: you can place your design, have a perfect realistic look and make a close-up crop of the item that you want to show, wich like having the chance to hide some of them

The Business Cards that you see in the presentation are NOT included (only the “place image here template”): I’ve used these free and premium templates:
- http://creativeoverflow.net/create-a-retro-inspired-business-card/
- http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com.es/2011/06/printable-business-card-freebie.html
- http://graphicriver.net/item/vintage-typographic-business-card/460703?ref=Giallo
- the first b.card is designed by me

17 Comments

  1. Jamie Leighton
    • Purchased

    This is great except that you have to use the wood textured background that is provided. If you want a different background it doesnt work. Also, the wood desk background provided, (that you have to use) is dirty and has dust and spots on it.

    I wish there was an option for different, cleaner backgrounds. Lighter colors, etc.,

  2. bleaufire

    Jamie, Isn't it a psd layerd file? How can you not change out the background "dirty wood desk" image? Just wondering...

  3. Giallo
    • Shop Owner

    @Jamie You can't change the background because these are photographs. I think the textures are good, obviously if you zoom in at 100% you'll see every tiny detail, I deliberately left the photos as much realistic as possible leaving natural dust on purpose. If you use the mockups as preview image (around 1000px size) the dust will be nearly unperceptible

  4. Jamie Leighton
    • Purchased

    Yes, the photogragh is on its own layer, but if you turn it off, then the stack of business cards disappear. Only the card on top is your design...underneath it...the background is a photogragh of a stack of business cards. So you loose the stack.

  5. bleaufire

    Ahhhh I see Thanks Jamie for explaining that. Perhaps you can put another one out that has the ability to change out the background (one layer), another layer that has the stacks of cards (layer two) and a final layer is the one card that one can put their design on. Maybe charge a couple extra bucks more for the ability to be more versatile. Just a thought...thanks for the info though, :-)

  6. Ukraintseva
    • Purchased

    Good evening. I paid this Realistic PSD Mock-ups, but in Adobe C3 does not work. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. You can help me?

  7. Giallo
    • Shop Owner

    @Ukraintseva I read only now the comment here, I think we solved this situation. To clarify yes these mockups work from CS4 and superior

    Thanks a lot friskweb

  8. Attila Szabo

    Looks better than the 3D ones. And the black/dark grey surface of the desk it's a good choice. Does not disturb the eye with any design. Like it!

  9. Chelsea Linsley
    • Purchased

    Thanks, Giallo! I'm super happy. I would also LOVE to have the same thing with rounded cornered cards if you feel up to it in the future. Cheers!

  10. Mark Ramdarass

    This will be my next purchase for sure. I do a logos and business cards. Usually, my clients don't need an entire stationary- this will be perfect! I must second rounded corners too.

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