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can't put white logos on shirts


Badr

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Hi
I actually need help to put a white logo on a shirt.
So basically what happens is,everytime i put the logo on the shirt,and change the mode (of the logo) in "multiply",it disappears instead of beign part of it.
The thing is,with colored logos it doesn't give me that problem.
Any solution?

Thanks for everyone that will help
 

colleague

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if the logo is completely white , you can use blend mode 'soft light' (see example) ( opacty 70 -90 %)

why not try them all , sometimes there is one that works very well and that you would never expect
 

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fredfish

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I suspect that it isn't that you are trying to put a logo on a white shirt but that if you put a white logo on any color shirt then using "Multiply" just causes the logo to disapear. I am assuming that you are trying to use Multiply so that the logo picks up some of the creases etc. of the shirt below to create a decent mock-up.

As colleague suggested go through the different blend modes to see what works for you.

For example this white logo of yours works well on a Black shirt if the blend mode is set to Difference.

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Also look up some tutorials on using the "Blend if" sliders in Photoshop.

Cheers

John
 

Badr

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I suspect that it isn't that you are trying to put a logo on a white shirt but that if you put a white logo on any color shirt then using "Multiply" just causes the logo to disapear. I am assuming that you are trying to use Multiply so that the logo picks up some of the creases etc. of the shirt below to create a decent mock-up.

As @colleague suggested go through the different blend modes to see what works for you.

For example this white logo of yours works well on a Black shirt if the blend mode is set to Difference.

View attachment 73526

Also look up some tutorials on using the "Blend if" sliders in Photoshop.

Cheers

John
if the logo is completely white , you can use blend mode 'soft light' (see example) ( opacty 70 -90 %)

why not try them all , sometimes there is one that works very well and that you would never expect
thanks so much to everyone!!!
 

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