It is always a proud feeling to wear a t-shirt with your own design on it. Nowadays, anyone can create designs for clothes regardless his knowledge on designing. However, I have decided to share five top secrets for perfect t-shirt designing for you and with a bonus tip as well. After reading this article, you will be able to create designs that everyone will enjoy equally. So let us see the secrets.
Font Selection: The first important factor in designing a t-shirt is selecting the font. It is essential to select a font that matches the message or statement on the design. If you are conveying a strong message, you cannot use a comic font for it. If you choose the best appropriate font for the text, your design will have a professional touch. It will look more like designed by a professional fashion designer.
Font – issues: Most of the designer application or tools the fonts selected may not be perfect when printed on clothes. The fonts of a computer program may not look the same when it is printed on t-shirts. There might be many spaces between the letters or in the letters as well. Therefore, you need to choose a designer tool that does not make such issues.
Word Spacing: It is important to make sure there are not much gaps and spaces between the words. It similar to the issues mentioned above. If there are many spaces between words, the print will not look neat and clean. Therefore, make sure the word spacing is taken care.
Line Spacing: Line spacing is important as word spacing. Normally when text is designed for t-shirts, it will have too much space between the lines. This will look odd on a printed t-shirt. Therefore, make sure that the line space is adjusted accurately on the design.
Line Breaking: You can have the text in any format. However, when the text is designed for the t-shirt, it should be readable and clear. Therefore, it is important to work on the line breaking to make sure the text is readable.
Bonus Tip: Once you create a design check the design for white spaces. The best methods for that are to print it on a paper and show it on to a light source to find any white spaces. Look at the design on a reflected mirror for white spaces. These are simple tips to check for white spaces. If you find any white spaces, rework on the design.