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Hi Gents,

I've been having quite some trouble getting templates for my shirts onto actual products. Could someone kindly help me out? I think a flat laying t-shirt would be best as if it is on a model, the image will have to be manipulated to form around where the arms fold down.

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The shirts are a unisex fit, meaning the standard t-shirt style.

All artwork is copyright by the international artists and reproduction rights are owned by STITCH USA, LLC.

Thank you very much in advance, whoever comes up with something, I have no problem sending a shirt to you after we launch :). Also, if you right click and open image in new tab, a larger higher quality image will be there waiting.
 
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STITCH

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Thanks for the reply - something like this except on a flat lay shirt like this. The colors on the templates are the printed colors which come out in 300DPI - so every detail on there is held to the original painting or drawing. For instance, there is a cat in the left eye of the skull, which if darkened, loses a lot of texture as well as the twigs behind them.

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