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  1. Hello all, I've been working the past few weeks on a new template for baseball uniforms in Photoshop. It was a painstaking effort to get everything on there but hopefully I've covered everything. I'd really like to thank @raysox for the inspiration from his Soccer and NuSoccer templates - I love the flat looks with thick outlines. I also want to thank @dsaline97 for critiquing the final product with Snapchat sketches. Here's some of the highlights: Traditional and "Taco Bell" style hats Traditional, Paneled, and "Taco Bell" helmets Gloss and Matte finishes Smart Object layers for helmet and hat logos Four Jersey Styles: Pullover (with round, v-neck, and one-button collar styles) Button down w/ undershirt Button down w/o undershirt Button down vest Each jersey style has raglan and traditional sleeves and pinstripes Three jersey piping options for placket, sleeves, and neck: One color (most teams) Two color (Nationals) Two color (Braves) Two pants styles Elastic waist (70s - 80s) Belted waist (traditional) Each pants style has pinstripe and pocket flap options Three pants piping options for outseam and belt loops Separate stirrup and sanitary sock layers Everything should be layered and grouped logically. Here's the deal - I only have Photoshop, so please don't ask me "When will this be available for Paint, Illustrator, Inkscape, etc.?" because I won't doing that. However, if you think there is a critical piece missing from the template, please let me know and I'll see if it's worth adding. Please have fun with this and feel free to show of your concepts! TL;DR - Here's the link: Media Fire Link Bonus: If you can tell me individual and team referenced in the picture above, I'll give you a high five.
  2. NBA Nike Vapor Uniform Template

    Hey new member here I'm a full time designer that puts together Portland Trail Blazers edits, concepts, and more in my spare time. I recently put together a uniform concept for the Blazers right before they were officially unveiled and thought I'd share the template I made with you all. Details: - 1920 x 1080 - Fully customizable - PSD (CS6+) Download Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byc9BKc1_l2bVXA5cDFCVzZ4MDQ/view?usp=sharing
  3. Flames Concept And Free NHL Mockup Psd

    I think my concept here better suits the German national team but I still like the look of it lol. The double stroked Flames logo and the three variations of it drive me a little crazy so I went with a simple, sleeker approach with the whole concept. The bigger story here however is the mockup. I found this free template online by one Sean FF and it was in a pretty rough shape. So I completely overhauled it, adding smart objects, more options, shading and lighting, cc, but most importantly cleaning up the edges. She still isn't the best Ps mockup in the world but she can get the job done. I offer this updated version for free to you all and would love to see you guys come up with. Thanks and Thank you Sean FF for your template! Download Link; https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxTJxMdfzK0raEx1cktwamRWa0U
  4. Just in time for the Euro i managed to get this template out would love to hear your feedback!, the template is Super Editable, Fully Built in 3D, with Reflections, Shadows, Cleanly Separated, for Total Control over the final look of the Design.. DOWNLOAD PSD TEMPLATE
  5. Here is an example of a goalie mask that could be used as an avatar for your fantasy hockey team. I used it for my Cincinnati Swarm fantasy team this season.It is done in photoshop only. You will find the template at deviantart. click here I have used templates of others but this is my first attempt at creating my own. Any CC is welcome
  6. GRAND SLAM BASEBALL UNIFORM TEMPLATE So I've finally managed to finish polishing my Baseball template and just released it this morning Full of Features Super Editable, Fully Built in 3D, with Reflections, Shadows, Cleanly Separated,To Give you Total Control over the final look of your Design.. Use Discount Code "MAY16" for %10 off Would love to hear your Comments and feedback Download PSD
  7. Zeus' Hockey Templates

    Hello all! I've been making some hockey jersey templates recently, and I figured I'd release them here on the boards! I'd like to make it clear, though, that none of these are mine. While I did make them, they were all based off of templates others used, but I couldn't find anywhere online. I'm not going to take credit for the creation of these, just the recreations for public use. If you originally made one of these templates, PM me and I'll take it down. .PDN TEMPLATES: Click here for the Mediafire folder .PNG TEMPLATES: Click here for the Mediafire folder .PSD TEMPLATES: (I'm not sure if these will work. I made them using Paint.net and I don't know if it'll still work on Photoshop) Click here for the Mediafire folder Thanks for reading, and use 'em well!
  8. Present your logo on a realistic Ice Hockey Rink, using photoshop in one click! Hand Crafted 4K Photoshop Logo Mockup An NBA Logo on an Ice Rink Wait what ? Yup! with the Ice rink Photoshop Logo mock up you can put any logo on a realistic Ice rink.. Show off your Business Logo, School’s Mascot, or Sports Branding on an Ice Hockey Rink with a cool 3D render, featuring Changeable Color for the Ice Floor, Realistic lighting, and One-Click-Logo integration. DOWNLOAD PSD
  9. The Website is up and now you can get The Most Realistic Football Uniform Photoshop Template Super Editable, Fully Built in 3D, with Reflections, Shadows, Cleanly Separated,To Give you Total Control over the final look of your Design, so if you need a matt finish Unifrom, You can lower the Opacity of The Reflections, or even hide them all together.. Or if you need more intense Shadows to fit your scene,.. you can do it in one click.. Here is a tutorial i made using this template, on to create the Broncos jersey side/Frond/Back in under 10 minutes For sports Logos members, you can Use the Coupon Code Below to get 20% off.. Valid till Feb 23rd Get this Template From Here : https://sportstemplates.net/product/football-uniform-template/
  10. Nike Vapor Untouchable Template PSD

    Lighter. Sleeker. Other Nike-speak. The Nike Vapor Untouchable Football Template is now available as a PSD. ----- Examples: ----- If you'd like your own, either comment with your email address or PM it to me and I will be sending them out as soon as tomorrow.
  11. Did you see my High School Rebrand project? I'm pretty proud of it. You should go take a look. In any case, that project was also my first foray into Photorealistic Templates. Specifically PSDs. I think they just look better - no offense to vector work - from a presentation standpoint. My soccer kits were presented like this: And now - you can use MY template! http://www.mediafire.com/download/y7a90gry5103sdy/SoccerTemplate.psd ONE FINAL TIP The best way to make it look like your work is realistically on the jersey is the use of 1) warp/free distortion and 2) the Displacement filter. Free distortion is, I feel, self explanatory. However, displacement is a tricky beast. In the file, I did my best to color code/name layers appropriately. Yellow layers, you fill the layer with your color and you're set. There is a Blue layer in the Texture folder. Select all in that layer, copy/paste into a new document. Now, you're gonna want to blur it. Filter > Gaussian Blur. I find 2-5 pixels works best here. Save it as a new .psd file. Call it something like SoccerDisplace.psd. Something easy to remember/find. Now, go back to the actual template. Lets say you're working on a set that has stripes (ahem my high school kits ahem). Don't worry about bending. Just draw straight lines/shapes. (if you're working on it as a group, just duplicate the group and then flatten it. this is called "non-destructive editing.") Once you're happy with it on one layer, go to Filter > Distort > Displace. A new window pops up. I find smaller values work well here - 4-10 on both scales. Make sure Stretch to Fit and Repeat Edge pixels are selected. Hit ok. It'll then ask you for a displacement map. CHOOSE THAT SOCCERDISPLACE.PSD FILE. Voila! Photoshop will distort accordingly and it looks realistic. You can still tweak it, but that's the gist. Holler if you need anything more! Jordan