#1
Yeah, so I want to get into shirt designing, but I only know how to use photoshop and I want to be able to do vectors...hints, tips, links?


I gave it a try anyway and came up with this:

http://www.teextile.com/designs/434/UNITE_THE_WORLD/


Appreciated if you'd sign up and comment or if you like it vote
Feedback would be nice as well...

so what does THE pit think?

-Thanks
Last edited by Jk3y at Mar 16, 2009,
#3
The hearts, peace signs, and butterfly is a little too flowery for me.

Otherwise, I really like the design.
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#4
less chick more man - gotcha
anyone have a great shirt idea?
#5
The hearts, peace signs and butterfly don't go with the design at all. They're colourful components. The stroke you added to a few words is cut off in places. I Don't like the font for UNITE. Impact is it? It doesn't go with the rest of the words. They've got a good font though.

For future ref. Vectors are very important for any design nowadays, get yourself a copy of illustrator and master the pen tool. If you stick with photoshop have Colours as CYMK and aim for a dpi resolution of atleast 300dpi. Join some communitys like Threadless and Design by Humans.

Good Luck and Good job so far.
#6
nice deisgn man! If you want to do vectors download Inscape. It's free and it's somewhat easty to use
#8
Quote by Tarzan_man
The hearts, peace signs and butterfly don't go with the design at all. They're colourful components. The stroke you added to a few words is cut off in places. I Don't like the font for UNITE. Impact is it? It doesn't go with the rest of the words. They've got a good font though.

For future ref. Vectors are very important for any design nowadays, get yourself a copy of illustrator and master the pen tool. If you stick with photoshop have Colours as CYMK and aim for a dpi resolution of atleast 300dpi. Join some communitys like Threadless and Design by Humans.

Good Luck and Good job so far.


Thanks for great feedback, Yeah - the butterfly, hearts and the peace sign are filler because it felt to empty

I'll make sure next time I choose better fonts and I guess I'd better start learning Illustrator

Thanks for all the great advice (everyone)
Next time I design a shirt I'll post some drafts on UG and get your feedback before submitting
Last edited by Jk3y at Mar 16, 2009,