The work that you're doing on that looks interesting Joe.
How are you making allowances for the opacity of the inks though? Just curious on that point.
Secondhand clothes stores are a good source for getting sample fabrics real cheap. A lot of women's clothes are polyester and cheap enough to cut into sample squares.
You mean like a subliflock or Trans-Fabric Dark adheasive media? It would work quite well for smaller prints like logos.D.Evo,
You're right, I haven't seen shirts with patches on them. But they can probably get it custom made if need be. I have seen patches on other items. And it doesn't necessarily have to be the same black. It could very well be a circle or a heart patch, etc. and you put an image or logo that covers the entire area of the patch.
You sure can. I have just posted this picture on a different thread, but it's just as relevant here.However I know that you can sublimate onto an entire white polyester shirt. And that would create the colored polyester shirts as well or a full design on a polyester shirt.