LOL. It's ok. Nothing to embarrassed about. I won't be embarrassed while doing the "fitting" with her..hahaIf the tees are lady's fitted - 220mm (9") should be your horizontal width. The centre of each hand should fall at each end of this width. Vertical should be maybe an inch below normal crest print position.
So hold four fingers sideways down from the neck seam and add about an inch to that. It's not an exact science but you should be in the right area on all sizes with that.
Yes, I have measured a lot of boobs in my time... in a working environment!
I've just realised that you're probably a girl. Where's the emoticon for embarrassed? [/edit]
this is the correct way to do what you are asking. the client must realize that not every woman (or man for that matter) fits in clothes the same. there is a industry standard for all prints, but what looks perfect on one person will look off on the other.If I was doing this project I'd have a normal size female put on one of the shirts and then tape paper cutouts of your hand design where they should be. Take off the shirt and use it for a guide to print them all. The design can fall a little higher on the smaller shirts and a little lower on the larger shirts.
(Make sure your "normal size" female agrees and knows what you're going to do ahead of time or you may get slapped around, especially if you were a guy...)
Just put the shirt on & mark it on the areas needed.I have a client who wants a design on each area where the breasts are. Kind of like how hands would be over the breast area. How do you determine where to place designs to be pressed on the shirts?
If I understand your question, cut everything as one transfer, then cut out each breast print for exact placement on the shirt. Unless all 5 shirts are the same size then you can keep the transfer as one.Going to re-bump this. I have the placement set, but should I do it as one transfer or should I do it as two separate transfers and press once?
Basically the design is two cupcakes over the breast and a saying underneath that says How you like them cupcakes.
Should I do that all on one transfer (vinyl) or separate transfers and pressing once? I’m only doing 4-5 shirts, so screen printing is not an option.