The Art of Mock-Ups

I recently took a photo of my art on my kitchen wall- and it looked great in place! But it also got me thinking that seeing my work in context, is really powerful.

So, I’ve had some fun selecting rooms and working some photoshop magic of my art in place. By the way Photoshop is great for this and its really so much fun to make these.

I am in the process of building up my shop online and having mock ups I think is key. I personally love it when artists have these images and find Im more likely to buy their art. I believe this is because I get a preview of the color, scale and shape of the work in a way I can’t with just a flat image of the work itself.

What has your experience been with this? Do you work with Photoshop, or take pictures of your work in place?

I hope you enjoy! 

Author: Rachel

My paintings and art journals are a combination of both traditional art techniques and mixed media explorations. I am primarily inspired by nature, pattern and abstract form. I am continually aiming to unearth my inner worlds, and find my work is on an exciting path of discovery. See more at https://www.rachelurista.com/

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