Freebie: Isometric Perspective Mockup

We’ve been getting great feedback for our free mockups and decided to keep it going with this new offering. This is our simple Isometric Perspective Website Mockup No.1.

This mockup was created in photoshop and features the following:

  • Add your artwork quickly via Smart Object.
  • PSD mockup resolution 3000x2200px.
  • Changeable background.
  • Photoshop CS3+ recommended.

Stay tuned, we’ve got more free stuff coming soon.


Name: corvus-isometric-perspective-mockup1.zip
File Size: 2.09 MB
Published: Feb 23, 2014

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27 Comments

  1. Tara

    Like the last design. Is that include or for sale?

    1. Thanks, Tara. Sorry, no, the design is not included or for sale. It’s one of our client sites, Symbol Photography, http://symbolphotography.com

  2. Excellent stuff, thanks for sharing it.

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  4. Michael

    Awesome work. Brilliant. Is there a simple way to make the whole thing smaller in order to present simple screenshots? When I take a browser window screenshot it normally is much smaller than 3000px.

    Thanks
    Michael

    1. Corvus Design Studio

      OMG, I know this response is sooooo late that you’ll probably never get it. I apologize; I honestly missed your question until I went through comments today to get rid of spam.

      One way would be to add your artwork via the smart object then copy>merged the entire document, paste into a new document, then resize the new document before saving.

      If you resize the mockup itself, the styles that are applied won’t resize. This is important for the thickness of the panels, as each one has styles applied to it. When you resize them as-is, it becomes skewed because of the styles.

      If you want to resize the entire mockup instead of copying and pasting every time you want to save it, the easiest thing to do would be to Rasterize Layer Styles, which will preserve the styles when you resize the document. You just wouldn’t be able to adjust the styles after they’re rasterized. To do that, you can select every layer in the mockup that has styles applied to it (don’t forget the layers in the “thickness” folders), right click (assuming you are on a windows machine), then select Rasterize Layer Styles. After rasterization, you can resize the mockup without distortion.

      Thanks!
      Jessica

  5. joe

    Amazing work !!
    Thanks for the share !!

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  8. it’s so amazing,
    tanx for sharing

  9. Gx

    Really useful, thank you!

  10. Rageshrajan

    Very clean! <3 Thanks!

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