#2
I think there is a special kind of paper that you can print a design on and use an iron to transfer it to a shirt.

EDIT: Nevermind, that's not what you want.
Last edited by Masonpwiley at Sep 6, 2009,
#3
blood and mud?....that would be my guess
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#4
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blood and mud?....that would be my guess


Actually had a blood covered shirt before. I washed it and the blood turned brown. So real blood don't work.
#5
red food colouring, red wine, or blackcherries. blackcherries will probably look the best.
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red food colouring, red wine, or blackcherries. blackcherries will probably look the best.


As opposed to Buckcherry, who is a terrible band.
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#7
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red food colouring, red wine, or blackcherries. blackcherries will probably look the best.


Won't fade at all? I'll write those down.
#8
Pretty damn certain they would have used actual blood for that. I've got a white shirt I was wearing when I was in a car crash, covered in blood, never washed it out, looks brutal.
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Pretty damn certain they would have used actual blood for that. I've got a white shirt I was wearing when I was in a car crash, covered in blood, never washed it out, looks brutal.
Listen to this guy. They probably got in a car crash just for those shirts. Looks like this is your only option.