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Does anyone know how to separate these downloaded mockups so I can work on them individually?

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Mar 20, 2023 Mar 20, 2023

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Screenshot 2023-03-20 at 5.09.25 PM.png

 

I want to work on each side of this hoodie individually. However they both move at once and I don't want that. Any tips?

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Community Expert , Mar 20, 2023 Mar 20, 2023

If that object is “Hoodies.png” then it is a single PNG image file (pixels), not a vector file containing multiple objects.

 

So if you want to work with the two sides separately in this Illustrator file (like, if the source has no vector version available), you will need to split that image in two. Your options are:

 

Duplicate Hoodies.png in Illustrator, and hide the half you don’t want in each image so that one shows only the left hoodie and the duplicate shows only the right hoodie. You can

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What do you see in the Links panel? It looks like an image or linked content.

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It says "Hoodies. png"

P.S. I bought a mockup file full of different mockups for designers, but I've never ran into this problem

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See that you download a vector artwork instead.

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If that object is “Hoodies.png” then it is a single PNG image file (pixels), not a vector file containing multiple objects.

 

So if you want to work with the two sides separately in this Illustrator file (like, if the source has no vector version available), you will need to split that image in two. Your options are:

 

Duplicate Hoodies.png in Illustrator, and hide the half you don’t want in each image so that one shows only the left hoodie and the duplicate shows only the right hoodie. You can hide parts of an image using Object > Crop Image, or by using a drawn rectangle as a clipping mask.

 

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Edit Hoodies.png in Photoshop, cutting it into two images so that each contains one side of the hoodie, then bring those two images into Illustrator separately.

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