Designing Your T-Shirt: Three Elements For Success


 Designing Your T-Shirt:  Three Elements For Success

Are you ready to jump into the world of T-Shirt design? Whether you're on a shoestring budget or are willing to invest some money, there are several ways to get started designing your own T-Shirts. If you have found the perfect T-shirt idea and want it designed for a special occasion, or if you just want something unique and eye catching for your wardrobe, then this blog is a must read.

In this article, I'm going to show you three easy steps that will help you get your T-shirt design from idea to an actual product.

Step 1: Get An Idea And Close Your Eyes
I'm sure you've seen those T-shirt designs that are so shocking. The ones that are sickeningly offensive, the ones that let everyone know how twisted and depraved you really are. Well, those shirts are great for shock value, but they aren't ideal for your wardrobe – or for business. If you want to create a shirt for business or a special event, you need to be more creative.

First of all, for your design to look professional, you should use only one color. That means no balloons with stripes, fun fonts, or anything else that will draw unwanted attention. It also means no black T-shirts because everyone knows they are worn by gang members and thugs.

For the purpose of this article, let's pretend that we are designing a t-shirt that we want to wear on Cinco de Mayo. I have an idea in my head of my shirt: The slogan "I'll drink until I puke" on the front and "Happy Cinco de Mayo" on the back. I closed my eyes and started sketching out the shirt again. This time I drew a large 'C' in the center of a circle with the text "I'll drink until I puke" in Spanish around it.

The next step is to make sure that everyone can understand what your shirt is saying. Make this part of your design process.

To get a better understanding of my shirt, I went to the dictionary. I looked up 'puke' and found out that puking is throwing up from drinking too much, which is exactly what happens when you drink on Cinco de Mayo.

It also looks like a big circle because it's the first day of spring and 'Cinco de Mayo' means 'fifth day of May.' My shirt is saying: "I'll drink until I puke on Cinco de Mayo." Everyone will understand it when they read it in Spanish.

Conclusion: Make sure the meaning of your slogan is clear.

Step 2: Find Out What You Need To Print And Anything You Need To Know About Design

When you've decided on a design, you need to know how much it will cost to have it printed. In this article, I will walk you through getting an estimate from a printer. Most printers have websites explaining exactly how much it will cost to print your design on the type of fabric and in the quantity that you want.

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