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Humanities A main consideration is what color of t-shirts will you be using for your tee shirt printing? There are no major issues when you print on white tee shirts. However, when you are doing custom printed t-shirts using light color shirts remember that there is no white ink in your printer so if you had a picture with three people who are dressed in white t-shirts and there were white clouds in the sky then every white area in the image would be the same color as the tee shirt. If you have light blue t-shirts then the t-shirts on the people in your photo and the clouds would be light blue. Another factor to consider when printing on light color t-shirts is the ink from your printer will somewhat blend with the color of the t-shirt. A while back I printed light blue ink on bright yellow t-shirts. That area became greenish. This is like when we were young and would take yellow with red crayons to get orange. This only occur with light ink colours on bright light coloured t-shirts. The shading is not normally significant but it is something to be aware of. Darker ink colors are really not a concern. The t-shirt transfer paper you would buy would be for white or light color tee shirt printing. If you want to print on black or any dark t-shirt you would want to have t-shirt transfer paper that is specifically for printing on dark colors. Printing your transfers can be done with with a laser or an inkjet printer. But, before you print your image you must flip the image to reverse it so that when it is printed it will view properly. With some software programs this is easy since they have a "flip" or "mirror" setting. With programs like Word this is normally a bit more difficult. To be positive that you have properly reversed the image, print a copy and put it in front of a mirror. This is the way it will look on your personalized t-shirt. You need to be sure to set your printer to the correct type of paper. Usually, you’ll set it to heavy or card stock. To get the best look you need to trim around the perimeter of the image that is not used. For example; if you had a picture of the earth and "Save Our Pla." in writing directly underneath it, you would trim around the outside of all of the printing. Often with tee shirt transfers there is a a yellowish hue around the printing. This is caused by the coating on the transfer paper that bonds the ink to the shirt. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: