This is kind of important because I just realized this while taking a shower
THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT PRINTING METHODS FOR MY DESIGNS ON SPREADSHIRT
First is plot printing and second is digital printing, if they weren’t so different it wouldn’t matter but they are so here’s some explanation.
- PLOT PRINTING - A pixel graphic is a computer graphic in which the image is represented by raster forms made up of pixels (points of color). Each pixel represents one color.
- DIGITAL PRINTING - The image represented by a vector graphic is composed from geometric forms like points, lines, circles or curves. The image displayed is mathematically defined using these geometric forms.
This will probably sound really stupid but basically plot printing is like painting onto the t-shirt with super awesome paint while digital printing is using super awesome paper that’s laid on top of the shirt.
Up until now I’ve only been working with plot printing because I didn’t have the programs for digital printing until recently.
As of right now, the only shirts that are digitally printed are:
DMMD - Ren AllMate [version 1]
DMMD - Ren AllMate [version 2]
DMMD - Ren AllMate [version 3]
Rest assured that I will be slowly, but surely, converting the other designs into vectors as well. But I am only one person and I do have somewhat of a life. I don’t really have an order of which designs I’m going to convert first so if you really want one design specifically than feel free to ask and I might bump it to the top of the list.