4vector.com is back once again with a fresh new list of 21 poster mockups that will completely blow your mind! For those of you who have no idea what a “mockup” is – think of it as a digital prototype of your final design before printing it out on paper (or whatever medium it is that you’re using). You would ask, why go through the trouble of designing the poster and then placing it into these prototypes instead of printing them out?
It’s simple: 1) You will get a better idea of how your final design would actually look, and if your designer’s instinct is telling you to change the colour or font, you can edit it right away without wasting papers and ink, hence 2) you save money and the environment!
Besides, you can also use these free PSD layouts to showcase your artwork professionally on your portfolio or even Behance / Dribbble too 😉
1. 3 Real Photo Poster Mockups
Looking for a way to showcase your artwork to clients? Check out this complimentary set of photorealistic poster mockups! The layers are fully editable and compatible with Photoshop CS5, CS6, and CC. If you like their free version, you can also get their premium version that comes with 5 additional high quality mockups.
March 27, 2015
RenderMan is a top-of-the-line, photorealistic 3D rendering software by Pixar and has been used to render all of Pixar’s 3D animated movie productions — hit movies such as Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Iron Man 3, Captain America, I Robot, and many more.
Featuring Pixar’s new RIS technology, RenderMan delivers extremely fast global illumination and interactive shading and lighting. Currently in use at many studios, RIS is fast, robust, and changing how movies are made.
If you don’t know what all that means, RenderMan is not for you. If, however, you do understand what RenderMan does… don’t let this opportunity pass you up, get it now!
Please note RenderMan is available for 64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8, Mac OS X 10.7/10.8/10.9, and Linux only.
- Developed by Pixar
- Version is v19
- Download size is large
- Supports Windows 7 and 8 (64-bit only), Mac OS X 10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9 (64-bit only), and Linux (64-bit only)