I run a clothing brand called Serengetee (Serengetee.com). I am looking for someone to drag fabric pattern images underneath another image in Photoshop to create pocket t-shirt images (please see video).
1) You will receive a folder of fabric images and a folder of "template" t-shirt image with a male and female model wearing a shirt.
2) For each template t-shirt image, you will drag in all of the fabric images.
3) You will place two of the same images on the man and the woman (see fabric placement rules below).
4) You will save as a jpg and name the file "fabricname-shirtstyle" - for example, "akumi-crew-heather-grey.jpg".
5) You will delete those two fabric patterns and place the following two fabric patterns and save as again.
6) Repeat step 4 and 5 until all fabrics in the folder are complete. Then move on to the next template.
Fabric Placement Rules:
- Size: the size of the pattern must match the size of the cardboard pocket cutout, which has been placed on top of each fabric pattern image.
- Variations: we want our pockets to all be a bit different, so please make sure to show different areas of the fabric. For example, for animal pockets, the man and the woman shirts should have different animals if possible. The two pockets should NOT look the exact same, just similar.
- Stripes: horizontal stripes should be parallel to the top of the pocket. Vertical stripes should be perpendicular to the top of the pocket.
- Make sure that the entire pocket area is covered and no blank space exists around the edges.
- Make sure objects and animals are placed correctly. For example, if there is a big elephant on the pocket, do NOT make it upside down and do NOT only show the feet of the elephant.
Less than 30 hrs/week
More than 3 months3+ monthsProject LengthDuration
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