Another technical question for Wotto (sorry, dude)

HardCandyGFX
posted by HardCandyGFX • 1 year ago

Hi Wotto,

This question is about designs which incorporate a back print.

I have seen designs which extend to the back of the shirt over the shoulder (let’s call it “sash style”).
Is it also possible to have a design extend to the back via the sides of the shirt (let’s say “cummerbund style”)?

And when making a design which extends to the back, do you have any tips or pointers to ensure it’s feasibility? Like how different sizes of shirt might come out differently, or how seams might affect the final result?

Would a single piece of art be preferable, or one for the front and one for the back, so the person making the screens can line them up?

Thanks!

Ed

2 Replies

wotto wotto Artist from CA, United States

Hello Ed,

These kind of designs can be done and here at Design By Humans we’ll have a bash at anything that’s awesome art. Preferably the art would be two pieces (front and back) with a half inch over lap. We usually print one side and then line up and slightly overlap the art to make sure it appears as one piece.

Examples:
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HardCandyGFX HardCandyGFX Artist from Czech Republic

Awesome! Thanks again for your quick and helpful answers!
My head is brewing with ideas… so watch this space!

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