So I'm getting ready to order up some of F&M's .15 transfers and after looking on their site there was no mention of having to reverse the design. It does say that they need a proof along with the vector though. Should I reverse it or do they do it automatically? I'd sure hate to order a bunch and feel like an idiot when they all came out backwards.
I've only placed one order with them and I just sent them the file for the artwork (not reversed) and a jpeg mockup of what the design would look like on a shirt. they handled the rest and it came out great
I never reverse art when ordering transfers....But as most suppliers ask for a pdf of the final artwork, it would not hurt to put a comment on the pdf saying this is how image should look after application.....
No need to reverse.
We just found them, and are very happy with their work.
It is thrilling to create a simple design and have it in a few days for such a great price.
Keeps me happily making more and more designs.
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