Hey, Cool Shirt: Designing Effective T-shirt Graphics with Christopher Delorenzo — SkillShare — Free download

Whether you’re starting your own clothing brand or you’ve always wanted to design a shirt for your favorite clothing company this is your chance to design a shirt for that dream client of yours! You’ll learn to define your brand of choice (or your own) through research and sketching and create a design that represents it using typography and illustration, then we’ll get it all ready to print!

What You’ll Learn

In this class the student plays the part of the freelancer as we cover important aspects of the design and pre-production process, which include:

  • Get to Know Your Brand. Researching your brand and conceptualizing graphics
  • Sketching Your Graphic. Sketching from thumbnails to refined drafts
  • Getting to Your Initial Illustration. Basic t-shirt set up and guidelines
  • Finalizing Design for Printers. Differences between printing techniques, and tech packing your shirts for printers

What You’ll Make

You’ll design a t-shirt for your choice brand. Along the way you’ll share your work within the Skillshare Classroom for feedback from peers.

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Hey, Cool Shirt Designing Effective T-shirt Graphics.zip   (download)
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Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/Hey-Cool-Shirt-Designing-Effective-T-shirt-Graphics/894363116

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