Frame Mockup Creator

Frame Mockup Creator – list of high-quality frames which will help you to showcase your designs, art or promote your products.

Photoshop file helps you create high-resolution images (6000 x 4000 pixels, 300 DPI) in an easy way with full separated layers. Move poster frames or art canvas, other items and create desired scene.

We have prepared 9 poster frames, and you can make changes in each of them by changing the color and texture. You can increase the or decrease size of each frame as much as you want without losing quality, because frames are made with a vector Photoshop rectangle tool.

All frames have a smart object which you need to click twice on “ put your art” and a new window will open to insert your design. After you put your design in a new window, go to File> Save and your design will be displayed on the frame.

If you want to create a scene with multiple frames, it’s no problem because you can copy frames and position them on the scene. If you want to display different poster designs within the duplicate frame, only right mouse click on “< your art” smart object and “New Smart Object via Copy”. (More in included readme.pdf file)

We have prepared 11 textures of the wall and 5 floor textures with 5 floor battens, for you. You can, if desired, insert your texture or use existing ones.

In the end, you can apply some of the filters and effects that we have prepared for you to make the scene look more realistic.

Enjoy using this PSD mockup!




What you can do

– Create high resolution images (6000 x 4000 pixels, 300 DPI)
– Increase size of each frame without losing quality
– Promote your design, art or product
– Move poster frames, art canvas and other items around the scene
– Choose 11 wall textures and 5 floor textures
– Use prepared photo adjustments
– Full Layered and easy to use for video or layer slider


Frame Mockup Creator features

– Minimum Photoshop CS5
– Size 6000×4000 px, 300dpi
– Full layered
– 11 wall textures and 5 floor textures
– 6 furniture items
– 21 prepared effect