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- ARCOFFEE-CUP-PAPER-LID-BLACK-001 AR Mockup includes your distinctive artwork precisely onto the provided zone of this spinnable paper hot coffee cup. This PSDCovers AR Mockup compromises 168 images with each representing a different product degree. About This Paper Hot Coffee Cup Mockup You can view this 20 oz paper coffee cup product in the Spinnable player by clicking on the Spinnable Sample button above. In addition to the outer paper conal shape, the cup has a black plastic dome lid. When held in your hand, this 591ml product stands 163mm high and 87mm wide at the top. How It Works Launch your copy of Photoshop and use PSDCovers to select one of 168 potential viewing angles. You will only need to create a single template for this black plastic dome lid product. PSDCovers appends the design template to the selected angle. Whether your provided artwork is a PS, wrap or spot label, sticker print or silk screening, it will be precisely appended to the mockup. Finally, the result is a modifiable PS mockup. Feel free to edit the fully translucent background layer or place your own or easily alter the color. Moreover, PSDCovers includes the necessary product sheen from the well-lit lightbox. Optionally, you may also create a 360° mp4 of this black plastic dome lid or as a spinnable AR experience using our player.
- CUP002 is a near-worm's eye view of a 473.18 ml cup (16oz) with a cap. This PSD Mockup is a type of paper cup most commonly used to serve coffee, soda, water, and slushies among other things. The artwork supplied by the designer is rendered onto this product shot and presented in a newly generated Photoshop document where the designer can manually make additional adjustments to the shadows and highlights if so desired. The background is fully transparent and may be swapped out for an alternate image.
- FREECUP001 is a near worms eye view of a 473.18 ml cup (16oz) without a cap or a heat guard. This PSD Mockup renders 2D designs onto the most popular cup size purchased by consumers at their favourite café(s), the final product is dropped into a new Photoshop document for the designer to continue modifications to suit project specific requirements (for example, new background, different shadows).