How To Make Your Own Custom T-Shirts

The funniest T-shirt project is still the one linked to fashion: the personalized t-shirt is, in fact, a garment that sets trends in all seasons. If you are thinking of setting up on your creating trendy polo t shirts discover all there is to know by following these precious indications.

Custom T-shirts: Who Do They Serve?

The first question to be asked is this: who needs the T-shirts I want to make putting me on my own? The question is natural because the t-shirt now has a varied use: it is necessary to have a precise objective, in order not to end up with excessive production or a wrong model. If the T-shirts you have in mind are promotional, know that the image and the writing will have a very precise position: the staff t-shirts or sports uniforms have the logo on the front side of the heart, a logo on the sleeve and writing on the back. Gadget t-shirts instead, they have the decoration on the chest and on the back, which consists of the logo enriched by writing, or a play of colours or other contour images. Finally, the t-shirts destined for the fashion world are free in the graphic position, but require originality and study of the major fashion trends.

The Graphics For Your Trendy T-shirts: 3 Golden Rules

Before rushing to design the shirts of your dreams I remind you of some rules:

  • There are copyright laws and copyright laws,so you can’t reproduce an image or writing that has already been invented by others, because it would constitute a violation. But if you are fascinated by a t-shirt seen in the window, or you think that the advertising T-shirt of a company is a winner, you are allowed to reproduce it by cutting 12-15% of the image. Simply put, the graphics already used by someone else will have to be changed in part; better to invent something unique with a Graphic that you can protect in turn by depositing the patent.
  • The print on the shirt will be in fourcolours but with the addition of White: it means that the colours of the image you will use will be Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black and White. This last colour allows others to not be transparent on the fabric.
  • Calibrate the size of the image well with the Graph: you will have a surface to print with mandatory measurements,generally corresponding to A4 and A3 or 8 x 10 cm formats.

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