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lsj2767 says

Hello,

If I use rectangular shapes, no problem.

But I’m trying to make circle, stars, etc smart object mockups and I can’t make without clipping mask.

Do I need to add clipping mask into the smart object? Or is there a way? It looks not good…..Double click smart object and then put images with creating clipping mask…

Thanks

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kungfu-themes says

Yes Clipping mask is the way to do it.

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gbs says

Clipping mask is the clean way to do it. I won’t try to make things more complicated because smart object itself is considered complicated with a large number of buyers; so just go with clipping mask :)

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lsj2767 says

Thank you for your tips :)

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