Anyone know where I can find any good 6, 12 or even 24-pack (sodas/beer) mockups for free? Ive been googling for the past hour and Ive seen nothing but paid mockups.
P.S. I didnt see any on Behance either, unless im missing it.
[Moved from “Photoshop” to “The Lounge” by moderator.]
How is you question related to Photoshop?
because its a design question. I honestly thought the adobe community would be a little bit more helpful than this, turns out im wrong. Sorry for asking/bothering you during whatever important task I may be holding you back from. Have a good day and forget I ever asked.
I know this was moved from the Ps board but for context, @Simmer1, there are Mockups available for multiple apps (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dimension, etc.). Knowing this was posted in the Ps board was helpful to know he was looking for a PSD mockup rather than other format.
Sorry you've had a negative experience Tad, I hope you've found what you're looking for. If you're using a PSD mockup for the first time you may encounter Smart Objects in the file to replace the artwork, some people get stuck on this. You can find some more info on using PSD mockups in this article (which links to other resources) – it's targeting Adobe Stock Mockups which have stricter production standards than Free assets you'd find elsewhere but what's mentioned should still apply for most things you encounter! https://theblog.adobe.com/how-to-use-mock-ups-in-photoshop/
yes, I was able to eventually find what I was looking for and use the PSD mockup for my final class project. I just wasn't too fond of the "snarky remark" that Simmer had replied with.
I went to Google and entered
free soda can pictures
And found several links
He wasn't looking for images, he was looking for a PSD Mockup which is a layered file where assets can easily be replaced and requires less technical knowledge of photoshop to accomplish his goal (not to mention time!). There are also legal implications to just using can pictures from the internet. Adobe Stock and other mockup resource sites are legally cleared for his use case.
Freepik has some decent stock art for free. Be aware that they do mix in premium content and content from Shutterstock which is not free.
You might also try Adobe Dimension. It comes with the Creative Cloud and has a free beverage can model that you can duplicate and customize with your own texture (label).
Do you have an example of what you're looking to do? Bottles or cans?
Graphic Burger makes great PSD mockups and offers a lot of them for free. This one's just a single bottle so you'd need to do a little bit of some duplication/compositing but it is free: https://graphicburger.com/?s=beer
6pack packaging: https://www.mockupworld.co/free/beer-pack-mockup/
Another from Mockup World that's a can (again just a single so you'd have to duplicate):
And I found a whole listicle of can options that seem to all be free: https://www.designbolts.com/2018/07/10/50-best-free-tin-can-mockup-psd-files-for-beverages-food-pres...
If you *are* willing to drop $15 and save time, Yellow Object Mockups are great and seem to have exactly what you need for either:
And if you're feeling adventurous and willing to learn - Adobe Dimension is one of Adobe's newer apps and it's perfect for rendering artwork on objects - one of the first tutorial projects is actually for applying artwork to a can. Just another option but would probably take longer in the short term.
Sorry that someone was not nice. I dislike trolls and people who are genuinely not helpful.
I found these.
Some are free and some are paid. Mostly you are going to find bottles and cans. But in the lists there are some packages.
Hope to see your work when you finish your project!
I did not respond to SteveTad initial rant because I was totally suprised by the aggression.
All I was asking for, was A bit more info as how the question related to Photoshop. I asked the question as I simply felt I needed more information to assist.
I find it strange how posters to this question have called my reply a 'snarky remark' and now you are labelling me genuinely unhelpful and a troll?!
I try to help in every one of the posts I reply to.
Sometimes we may need to remember that we cannot express tone of voice on a forum post. So maybe we should not assume someone is trying to be unhelpful.