SUNLIGHT & CURTAIN | Livingroom Frame Mockups
Soft white tones and muted eggshell beige. Clear sunlight shines through the curtains and reflects in the frame glass and creates beautiful shadow and light reflection play. The modern & minimalistic scenery, the wooden floor and the modern interior elements give the scene an elegant & luxurious look and feel.
You can easily use it for a illustration, poster, artwork or photography presentation. It allows you to display your work in a realistic looking surrounding with a modern & contemporary look and feel through intense sunlight and shadow styling.
5 JPEG files
5 PSD with a prepared smart object layer
Frame mockup ratio 8x12
Sizes: 2500 × 3000px, 300dpi
- Artworks & fonts are not included (digital artwork by ana & yvy from "The Modern Gallery").
The PSD file works with Photoshop CS6 desktop version and newer.
The JPEG file can be used inside Canva, Procreate or any other graphic program but has NO automatic placement or layers for your artwork neither automatic options to change the background. The frame where you can place your artwork will be empty. You will need to prepare the perspective & placement of your artwork by yourself.
You can place the following ratio of your artwork in the rectangle frame mockup: 8:12. This means you can add designs of size like 4x6, 8x12, 12x18, 16x24 and so on.
Our mockups have realistic proportions & perspectives. Please keep in mind the frame size can appear just a tiny bit shorter or wider in the frame caused by the realistic angle of the leaned back frame.
The elements you can see in the styled mockup scene don't contain any kind of automatic color change and are not moveable. This means the frame itself is NOT moveable neither changeable in size, color or position by itself.
This minimalistic, bright sunlight and shadow scene is perfect for any kind of design presentation. The intense summer sun light and bright surrounding underlines the natural clean styled scene and its simple & classic mockup look as well as the light wooden frame.
If you're not sure what ratio you need, have a look at our blog post about DIN ratios!