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Please help - How to create 3D puff/foam print effect for hoodie mockup

Community Beginner ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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I'n starting a clothing brand and see no resources on how to turn text/logos/vectors on a hoodie mockup into a "foam print" or "3D puff screenprint" style (basically lifted text). I'm trying to create hoodie samples (I know how psd mockups work) to show customers the 3D foam/puff screenprint text that will be on the hoodie. Examples:

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Will either of these work: 

Character > Show options > height/width of text

or Effect > Plucker & Bloat??


How? Do I do this in AI or PS? 

Would the effect not matter because hoodie mockups are "flat" and so a puffed logo wouldn't show?

 

Please help. I'd be super thankful.

 

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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How to puff print, foam print effect on a hoodie or t-shirt mockup in Photoshop or Illustrator

 

#photoshop #illustrator #howto

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Community Expert ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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Hi

You need to post your query on either the Photoshop ecosystem or the Illustrator forum or both, I can move this thread for you if you let me know which one you want it moved to

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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Yes, that'd be helpful! Please move to both forums (Illustrator, Photoshop) if possible. I'm interested in gathering as much feedback/ideas as I can.

 

Thanks alot, Ged.

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I think moving is not a good idea, better is that you ask the same question on the Photoshop forum too (maybe link to your post here).

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If you have Illustrator 2022, this should be possible with the 3D and Materials effects.

 

You will have to get a photoshop of a hoodie elsewhere of course. Illustrator can only bulge the text.

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Okay, I'll see how that goes. Thanks Monika!

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Community Expert ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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Inflate from the new 3D and Materials should give the puff effect, but for textures you need Photoshop.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 08, 2022 Jan 08, 2022

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Sounds good. I'll try that! Thanks Ton.

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Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

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did you ever get an answer?

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