I recently got a lot of offset printing jobs and with them the ability to choose options that were not available to me before.
So the Problem is that I generally have to make a presentation of the design to the client. Normally I would make a render in 3d or present the design as a flat image and that's it.
Since the last two jobs included silver pantone 877C and sectorized varnish coat (5th and 6th plates) I was at a loss when preparing the presentation. Ideally it should look like the real thing without the need of printing it out. There are a lot of photos out there where you can clearly see the varnish finish but I'll need to show approximately how it would work out on my designs...
A while ago I stumbled across an tutorial where this was made with fairly good results. But I was unable to find it again. Any help is appreciated! Hopefully I used the right terms... Corrections are also welcome.
here's an example photo with the effect I want to achieve using Photoshop or 3D software