Elegant Metallic Logo Mockup (PSD)

Friends, today's resource file is something very interesting and creative. As you can see it's a photo-realistic metal logo mockup in Photoshop PSD format. Using this resource, you can quickly create your own perspective logo concepts in 3D embossed steel and present them to your clients!

The PSD files comes with smart object layers. This will help you easily replace your own logo graphics, text or slogan based on your logo. Here's a quick list of instructions as to how you can create your own logo mockups.

How to use mockup to display your Logo

1. Download and open the PSD file (logo-mockup.psd) in Photoshop.
2. Double-click on the smart object layers -- ADD LOGO ICON, ADD LOGO TEXT, ADD SLOGAN HERE -- and replace / add your logo graphic and text in the respective layer documents.
3. After you are done, just save the docs files.
4. The mockup replaces with your logo design. Quick and awesome right!

File Resolution: 1500x1000 pixels
File Format: PSD
Size: 9.79MB (zip)

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16 thoughts on “Elegant Metallic Logo Mockup (PSD)”

  1. i’ve been looking for some ways to enhance presentation and save time. you have some awesome tools here. thanks for sharing! best wishes with all you touch

  2. Thanks Rafi. This is a precious design. I am really interested in learning how to use photoshop and all design programs. Thanks for the free mockup.

    1. Thanks, Alan. It’s good to hear that you like to learn Photoshop. There are a number of tutorials, videos, tips and tips and tricks available online to quickly learn the tool. Best of luck!

  3. Mine will not work, I edit the logo text and change it, then I save it but the the logo text is missing. This happens to the slogan and the logo, I am just left with bg and background image. What could I be doing wrong?

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