Vector illustration: How to Create Simple Product Mockups

Jeremy Mura, Brand Identity Design & Illustration

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5 Lessons (19m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:54
    • 2. Reference Images

      1:23
    • 3. Creating T-Shirt Mockup

      9:07
    • 4. Using Symbols Library

      4:45
    • 5. Mockups In Action

      2:33

About This Class

Mockups are a great marketing tool when you’re promoting your own digital products and presenting freelance work to a client for final approval. You don't have to go into Photoshop to create realistic mockups, you can do it all in illustrator to make your design process quicker.

Using simple vector mockups is more efficient and it shows your designs in context. It helps your clients visualize your design in the real world and helps you see if the logo or branding will work.

In this class, we’ll go from the super simple T-shirt mockup that is reusable for any design project. I show you how to keep the mockup in your symbol palette so you’ll always have it ready for your client projects.

  • How to create vector mockups
  • Tracing reference images
  • Strokes, Paths and Shape building
  • Using Symbol librarys

All you need is Adobe Illustrator cs5, cs6 or CC (Free Trial)).

Students of all skill levels are welcome in this class!

I've also attached some free icons in the project section which you can play with :).

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