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!!!!!!getting designs on t-shirts!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by FROSTY, Mar 12, 2002.

  1. FROSTY

    FROSTY 12oz Senior Member

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    !!!!!!getting designs on t-shirts!!!!!!!!

    Discussion started by FROSTY - Mar 12, 2002

    ya ummm how do u go about getting designs and shit on t shirts or other clothes. i know theres screen printing but does it really work that well. maybe some of you have some fliks. what about that paper that you can print on and then iron it onto fabric. does it work well. i have a good printer so thats not a problem i dont think. i basically wanna get something i made on a t-shirt. dont know why i guess just cauz ive alwayse wanted to do it. anywho anyone know how i can go about doing this.




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  2. dosoner

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    dosoner - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    if your only planning on one, open your phone book and find a custom tshirt type place that will make you a shirt. i know that iron on paper stuff dosnt work all that good.
     
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  3. FROSTY

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    FROSTY - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    oh ya how much would that run ya. i was thinkin about finding a large saber piece or something and getting it on a hoodie or something.
     
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    dosoner - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    i dont know, i dont think it would be more than 20 bucks though.
     
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    Pistol - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    If you don't need anything too fancy you can by some t'shirt transfer paper @ the computer store @ about 1.00 per 8 1/2 x 11 sheet. Then you need a printer that can reverse the image or a program that can do it. Print it up then introduce a hot iron to it. That's what I did for my Oolong Shirt. And Dee38 used one of mine on one of her shirts. Came out VERY nice by the way.
     
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    Stoney Blaze - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    Find an art store and get a silk screen kit. screens are expensive but if you sell the t-shirts you make, you can make your cash back.

    iron on's are corny.
     
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    jah - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    u could have a dad that has a friend that has a t shirt company that hears ur into graff and wants u to throw down some designs for him. or u could take a sharpy and draw on some white hanes!
     
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    teister - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    You can also do stuff with this fabric medium they have for acrylics at like wal-mart or someplace like that.
     
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    EL MASKO - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    Silk screen you dumb bastard. That's how they make pretty much every inked design on shirts and what not. I made the best Blacula shirt. White ink on burgundy shirt. It's classic.
     
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    FROSTY - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    ya man i tried silk screening in art clase a couple of times. I found it way to hard to get it to come out perfect each time you pulled off the screen. like there would be ink im places you didnt want ink and shit. plus that would be mad hard if you were planing on using many different colours. but whatever:rolleyes:
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    as already said , if its small enuf , get iron transfers , they work just fine and theyre hella easy
    if its big but you only need one , get a custom shirt place to do it , my buddy got one of his pieces on a hoodie that went from the front around the side for 35 bucks
     
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    When - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    screen printing isnt that hard, it can be done at home easily
    other than that there is...
    jakprints
    ive heard they are reasonable
     
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    nomadawhat - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    don't hold me to this but a while ago i think i remember a freind getting some shirts made w/ some desings at kinko's. and they were happy to just do one. check there.
     
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    E-DubleSkilZ - Replied Mar 12, 2002

    this is stupid. Get it silk screened . if u cant afford that the iron on shit is gunna look ghetto
     
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