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I am trying to create a tshirt line im looking to find out what program.... it is i have use that has the t shirts like the ones in your picture below. I already design in photoshop and just looking to place my designs on the t shirts. So if anyone could give me some software programs that I can use to design...I would be greatful.

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hi,
are saying that you want to put your graphic design on a blank graphic t-shirt like the ones you see on this borad ?

or are you're looking for software that can design t-shirts for you on the go ? ...cafe press is a good one.
 

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Yes im actully looking to place my t shirts on designs like the ones on this forum.Could you recommend any programs?
 

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How do you plan to get the t-shirts printed? Are you going to use a heat press or are you getting them screen printed?

If you are getting them screen printed, then you would just send your photoshop design to the screen printer.

If you are printing them yourself using heat transfers, then you would just use photoshop to print out the design on transfer paper.

You don't need special software outside of photoshop.
 

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I could be wrong, but I think "flyish4" meant, to put designs on a t-shirt template similar to the ones here and post them to his/her site as samples. Of course I don't have the answer, but thats what I gathered.
 

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JoshEllsworth said:
I could be wrong, but I think "flyish4" meant, to put designs on a t-shirt template similar to the ones here and post them to his/her site as samples. Of course I don't have the answer, but thats what I gathered.
i think so too...
 

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I could be wrong, but I think "flyish4" meant, to put designs on a t-shirt template similar to the ones here and post them to his/her site as samples. Of course I don't have the answer, but thats what I gathered.
Ohhh. I totally missed that. My bad.

I think that can be done in photoshop. You would just need to find a t-shirt template to use for superimposing the design on.

There are some t-shirt templates at istockphoto.com:
http://www.istockphoto.com/file_clo...e_tee_shirts_vector_front_back.php?id=1430740
http://www.istockphoto.com/file_clo...s/1121627_designer_s_briefcase.php?id=1121627
(although I think those are vector files...they can probably be opened in photoshop?)
 
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