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Yes...The first one is called, get a photo of a shirt (google or shirt company websites). Place the art over the top.

If you look in this forum, you'll also find links to shirt PSD files that work perfectly as well.

As far as an official plug-in, I dont know of one but I design shirts everyday and I simply place it on a shirt pic and it works awesome!
 

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Thanks for the reply. That sounds like a simple but effective solution. However, I have seen images where artwork has been added to an image of a t shirt, but some application must have been used as it adds the art to the contours of the shirt, I.e you can see ripples and small folds and the artwork follows it.
 

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Look in this forum for "T shirt templates". I found a ton of good links a few months back for PSD files that work pretty well in photoshop and some really nice model photos for AI work. I design mostly in Illustrator so I simply place the art on the shirt pics. Do some leg work and you'll find gold in this forum!
 

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Here's a layered PSD file that works very well, easy to change the shirt color too. It's only a tee front so I took a photo of a white tee back and layered it like the downloaded file and copied the layer styles over to my version. It's perfect!

Shirt PSD V2 by *GrahamPhisherDotCom on deviantART
 

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Thanks for the reply. That sounds like a simple but effective solution. However, I have seen images where artwork has been added to an image of a t shirt, but some application must have been used as it adds the art to the contours of the shirt, I.e you can see ripples and small folds and the artwork follows it.
Yes, what you mean is that a displacement map has been applied so when you import your graphic you have correct distortion following the folds of the Tshirt. You can make your own displacement map
( YouTube ) or you can buy Gomedia's pack which includes them.
 

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get some go media templates, they have wrinkled templates or flat, then its all about placing it in the right order. You could get a non photorealistic template and add shadows and **** wit ripple or distort, i dunno i just go media, i highly recommend it
 

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Another older thread but is the Go Media pack still the best route for this?

I've always used Illustrator and just placed the image over the tee pick also but I want to step it up and give it those contours and wrinkles.
 
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