OrbitKit provides a set of flat mockups for fulfillment products which automatically conform to the colors you sell. However, you can customize these mockups in two ways:

  1. You can add a custom background to the stock OrbitKit mockups

  2. You can provide your own mockup blank, upon which OrbitKit draws your designs

Custom Backgrounds

Spice up the stock mockup by adding your own custom background. This can be done on a per-blueprint basis:

Custom Mockups

This gives you more control, but is more work. You provide the base mockup image and OrbitKit draws your artwork on the base image. You will need separate mockups for each product color you intend to sell.

This feature introduces the concept of "Mockup Style". The default mockup style that OrbitKit provides is Default Flat. You can create additional styles in your Product Catalog, and upload blank mockups for the colors you care about. Enable these new mockup styles in your blueprints.

Step-by-step:

  1. Visit your Product Catalog, pick a product (in the image below, Basic Tee)

  2. Mockups are specific to a side, so pick which side (here, FRONT)

  3. Click the "Add mockup style" (plus) button on Mockups

  4. Choose the name of your new style (say, "Lifestyle Mockups" - don't worry, you can change it later)

  5. For each color you intend to sell, upload a blank mockup and configure the print area by dragging and resizing

  6. Use the mockups by picking your new mockup style for appropriate products in a blueprint.

Create a new mockup style:

Create a new mockup style

Add a new mockup:

Configure the new mockup style in your blueprints:

If you need any help configuring custom mockups, reach out to the support team and we'll be happy to help.

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