I've just sent in a design, but I'm having trouble with my email at home, so could you just confirm whether you got it or not?
(I'd send a PM, but they've been flaky of late)
Edit: Whoops, forgot to put the web address on there! Time to make some modifications...
Yoozer wrote:Actually, the best option is to make so-called vector-based files; these are resolution independent.
Since a lot of people do know Photoshop and a lot less of 'm know Illustrator here's my offer - I'll make a vector version of the winning logo. This means you don't have to submit a really huge version but something like 800 x 600 would already be enough - provided that you don't use photos in your logo (which is bad practice for logo design anyway). The people who do the T-shirts like this better too since they can scale it up to any resolution they want.
... If mr. Vintagesynth himself agrees with this, of course .
pricklyrobot wrote:Don't think I've ever seen any direct-printed shirts. How do they stack up against screenprinted shirts, aside from being limited to CMYK?
Apologies for nerding out about printing on the synth forum; I worked in a t-shirt shop for 4 years.
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