From time to time I'm asked to create logos and I do it using CorelDRAW. But when I present them to my clients I do it only the old 2D way.
I would like to go beyond that and start to use those nice, sophisticated mockups with which one can apply logos to different surfaces, like business cards, walls, etc.
I found this tutorial where the guy uses Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and talks about "Smart objects" while dealing with mockup layers and stuff.
How to present your logo with mockup. Adobe Photoshop tutorial
If I get those tutorial files, is it possible to get the same results using PP '17? If possible, how? Are there "Smart objects" equivalents in it?
FYI I'm a newbie to this program. I use DRAW most of the time and PP only occasionally for simple tasks. I tried to find clues from the tutorials available through PP's welcome screen TNA. TIA.
Paulo Teixeira said:If I get those tutorial files, is it possible to get the same results using PP '17? If possible, how? Are there "Smart objects" equivalents in it?
Smart option not exist. Maybe some manual options:
When I open or import the first PSD file from that tutorial in PP, it warns that the file has styles in layers that will be lost and asks to "nivelar" the file in Photoshop before importing to keep the effect.
I'm not sure, but I think "nivelar" in Brazilian Portuguese, in this case, translates to "leveling". So, to work with the layers/styles used in the tutorial I need to have Photoshop, and I don't have it.
no need for PP or photoshop. It can all be done within draw.
So you can do this in DRAW alone?▼Where can I find these textures in DRAW?And how much time does it take for you to get all these fine details (wall wood, lights and shadows, etc.)?
This kind of 3d effect it's not possible in CorelDraw and PhotoPaint. I use mockups regularly, but this kind of 3d effect it's not possible in CorelDraw and PhotoPaint. Here is that point when Photoshop is much smart than PhotoPaint. :)Some mockups works fine in PP, but manualy.