A T-shirt can be the most fun and relaxed part of your wardrobe. A T-shirt also can make a statement, promote an event or be given as a present.
After studied in the last months some techniques related to t-shirt design, which was difficult for me to deal with since I love complex digital photo-manipulations, today I want to share with you what I’ve learned. We will create together a stylized portrait of a blindfolded lady, using some of our resources and dealing with simple Photoshop techniques.
We are regularly asked for feedback on designs and very often we wonder if people understand what we mean when we use words like “depth” and “composition,” etc. So, we decided to put this together to try and help new designers understand what makes one design stand out against another. If you would like us to comment on your design post it here and we can give you feedback too.
T-shirt design is becoming one of the most popular outlets for creatives. Whether you’re an illustrator, graphic designer or typographer, the thought of having your design on a T-shirt is a pretty cool concept.
Having a cool design idea in your head is great, but physically getting it to look good on a custom t-shirt is a completely different beast. There are so many technicalities involved with producing an awesome graphic tee, and you need to be prepared to tackle the whole process head on from start to finish with as few issues along the way as possible. Here are some great pointers for putting out a great t-shirt that you can really be proud of.
Utilizing halftones is a pretty quick and easy step to create the illusion that you are using more colors in your design than you actually are. Subsequently, this will help cut down printing costs for your client which will make them happy.
Recently I have been posting about sweet t-shirt designs so I thought this would be a good time to share this guest article. Blake from YouDesignIt, a t-shirt printing company, will guide us through some tips for preparing artwork for T-Shirt printing.