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i'm gonna start getting into shirt design, does anyone have any tips?
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Don't use white shirts. White graphic t-shirts always look cheap to me.
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>>369732
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>>369732
Comfort colors with pockets
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>>369732
Make sure they hit the ink twice for best whites.

Focus on only using a couple of colors for best results. Simplify, simplify, simplify. Colors go on solid and evenly, so you're only going to be able to simulate gradients and color fades at a very crude level.

Printing in CMYK is a bitch, and results are shit.
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>Colors go on solid and evenly, so you're only going to be able to simulate gradients and color fades at a very crude level.
Only true when silkscreen printing. Direct to garment printers tackle this issue with ease. Shirts from Redbubble etc. are definitely printed by DTG machines due to low quantities per print



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