If you got here by searching for Free T-shirt Designs for your business, then you might want to know that there are Licenses associated with the “Free” Tshirt Designs you’re searching for. Not all free designs in the internet are okay to use commercially. And more importantly, not everything that you can find in the internet, from illustrations to photographs, are free to use . It still makes us flinch whenever we hear about someone using other people’s design commercially, just because they thought it was free to...read more
Putting different designs on t-shirts can truly add up spice to a plain, ordinary shirt. Cute, lovely, unique designs and even statements make shirts more fashionable than before! There are a lot of ways we can print on our tshirts, and we have listed the common t-shirt printing methods below: Hand Painting, Spray Painting and Airbrushing Photo courtesy of वंपायर Hand painting, spray painting and airbrushing are some of the preferred methods of hobbyists and artists for t-shirt printing. With these...read more
There are a lot of ways and options on how you can print designs on t-shirts. Here at Talk@tee, we will discuss how we print on our t-shirts using a Heat Press Machine. Let’s start with the materials that you will need: Computer Graphic Software Program (such as Adobe Photoshop or the free editing tool GIMP) Ready-to-print T-shirt Designs Inkjet Printer with CISS Pigment or Sublimation dye ink Heat Press Machine Heat Transfer Papers (there are two types: the Opaque - for dark colored shirts, and Clear Transfer Papers for white shirts and...read more
This tutorial is intended for the GIMP software users. For those who do not have the Adobe Photoshop installed, we have provided here a download link for the free GIMP software, that you can use as an image editing tool. In this tutorial, we will help you print our T-shirt designs efficiently by adding bleeds on the T-shirt design, thus creating a dieline in order to avoid the white spaces or blank areas on the T-shirt design. Open the .PNG file on the GIMP software application. (I have chosen to open the desktop here because it is where...read more
The purpose of this tutorial is to help you print and press the T-shirt designs easily, without the hassle of cutting the entire white areas or blank spaces of the design. This is by means of adding bleeds on the T-shirt design in order to create a dieline for easy cutting, and also to avoid the white spaces or blank areas on the T-shirt design. Open the .PNG file in Adobe Photoshop. Under the “Layer” panel, right click on the image layer then select “Blending Options” Choose the “Stroke” under the layer style. Make sure...read more
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