Free Book PSD Mockups, Comic Book PSD Creation Kit + Tutorials

So, today you will get a wonderful possibility to download some free book PSD mockups, comic book PSD creation kit and learn how to create such things yourself. Yes, we’ve scared up several text and video tutorials for especially curious nerds.

How are mockups usually used?

Artists and designers know that mockups are very helpful in their work. Actually a mockup is a scale or full-size model of a design or device. It can be used for various purposes: teaching, demonstration, design evaluation, promotion and many others. The best feature of the mockup is that it is a prototype, which provides part of system’s functionality. This allows to test the design on the early stage, get feedback from the users and fix all the bugs before they become a problem. Most often mockups are used in software development. They show the end user what the UI will look like avoiding the necessity to build the whole thing. Mockups are real time and effort savers. They can range from very simple hand drawn screen layouts to semi functional user interfaces developed with the help of professional software development tools. The significance of mockups is difficult to overestimate especially when the functions, being simulated demand considerable energy and money inputs.

How can you benefit from free book and comic PSD mockups featured below?

Supposing you’ve drawn a bunch of awesome, artistic works for your customer. How to make your presentation impressive and super realistic? Surely, there are many ways to make a presentation spectacular, but most of them will cost you a penny. Our book mockups are free and easy to apply. Just use the smart layer to drag and drop your masterpieces and enjoy the result. We are sure that your customers will also appreciate the aesthetic side of your presentation. You know, sometimes the titanic work may stay unnoticed due to failed or inexpressive demonstration.

By the way, at the end of our freebies list, you’ll find some effective tutorials that will help you grasp how to create such book and comic mockups yourself. We know that many of our readers like challenges as they lead them to progress, development and raise the level of their professional expertise.




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