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Sealord says

But they really tell us that they’ve originaly created the work with 21000 px, but they don’t say the size of the final psd. I guess it’s much smaller. That’s what got me thinking how they upload it.
They rendered and composed the objects at 21000×19000 px / 300 dpi.
Afterwards, they reduced the mock up to 3200 × 2400 px / 300 dpi. for standard version
I guess that this version is approx. 800 MB
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Sealord says
here are some useful tips to reduce mock-up filesize
http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/authors-how-to-keep-mockups-filesize-small/86854
especially the “Hide all pixels” is a good size killer
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Sealord says

go to withdrawals and change the email address for the paypal account

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Sealord says

Last Friday in Product Mockups category review time within an hour :)

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Sealord says
another source is
http://pixabay.com/en/
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Sealord says

Try out different “Resample Image Options” when shrinking down in Photoshop

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Sealord says

Put the background on a separate layer so that it is replaceable and upload an update of the mockup (should be pass re-review very quickly). The customer can download it again for free and maybe he revised his review. If not, then at least other buyers do not have the same problem.

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Sealord says

28 sales so far

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Sealord says

If you use Photoshop Extended, you can import a 3D model and all textures that are assigned in Cinema become 3D texture layers in Photoshop already mapped in the correct way on the model. These 3D textures layers work similar to smart objects. But your customers also need Photoshop Extended to work with that file.

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Sealord says

Had this last too, a sales reversal after 4 month

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