You can try a service like vectordoctor or artworksource.com to have them convert your raster image into a vector image for a small fee (if you don't have vector software like coreldraw or illustrator to convert it yourself)
I agree with Jon that you're best off sending it to a graphic designer for now.skulltshirts said:Can anyone explain to me what it is they need me to do with this design?
Plastisol transfers are screenprinted, so they have all the limitations of that medium.3leches said:But I thought plastisol transfers were good for "anything you can imagine"?
What If I have a complicated design like say.... this one?
Got it, but what if I cant lower the colors without losing the whole piece's integrity.Solmu said:Plastisol transfers are screenprinted, so they have all the limitations of that medium.
The design you linked to wouldn't be practical to screenprint. You'd want to simplify the colours to lower the cost.
I agree with the trace period. I think recreating the art from the ground up in vector is the right way to go. Question...Is a four color job a four color job reguardless if its spot or CMYK?Logo-Mechanix said:The ac/dc shirt would be more xpensive because it is 4 color as opposed to spot color. Using an auto trace on the image skull created will probobly not produce very good results or work very well as a spot color job. There would be so much clean-up involved you would probobly be better off redrawing it in a vector program.