You do it the other way around: find a t-shirt that is a good match, and match your design to that shirt. There are many good brands with large colour ranges, so it should be possible to get a good match. You can get things dyed if it's a must, but it is an added expense and hassle best left avoided.jadedknight said:Ok the first thing is custom T-Shirt colours. I know this has nothing to do with the heat press. So say I have a colour on my PC, how do I get the colour of the T-Shirt to match that exact colour? For example a colours Hex value could be #602e13, I would need that exact colour shirt.
As for shirt colours... off the top of my head I have a PMS chart for American Apparel, Alstyle and Gildan, so they're definitely around. I'm sure others are floating around somewhere.
I doubt many of us have a fifty year old mum; I'd also lay off the age jokes since one of our resident heat press experts is older than that himself and doesn't seem any the worse for wearjadedknight said:Basically, tell me what I need to know like im your 50 year old mom Thank you.