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    Cool

    Using art work on a t shirt also does make for a bit more leg work.
    First you have to find art work that every one likes.
    The art work also has to be "Camera Ready".
    Which means All of the lines and colors in the art work have to be spot on.
    The up side is,done right this art work can be done in black and white.
    Just the sharp lines of the art work comprising the desighn.
    white lines on dark shirts.Black lines on light colored shirts.
    Adding colors also adds to the price of having these shirts made up.
    Shirts used to be silk screened.This processes also adds to the base price of a T shirt.
    There might be a new way of doing printing T shirts these days.That I personally am not familiar with.
    I am not sure how heat transfers are made up.Basically a decal is made,that is applied to a T shirt with a heat press
    We as a club would also have to agree on a design we would all like to ware.
    That is just a short summary of the start of this processes of using art work on T shirts
    Last edited by Wookee; 06-02-2019 at 01:32 PM.
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    I'd be happy with a plain white t-shirt with the current logo. That way, I could Tie-Dye it. Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YORKSTER68 View Post
    I'd be happy with a plain white t-shirt with the current logo. That way, I could Tie-Dye it. Just a thought.
    We do have shirts right now, but I don't think there are any white ones. We're having new ones printed before the Nats.
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