Many technologies exist today, the inkjet transfers online designers that are designing and printing their own t-shirts easy and affordable. But the simple production doesn’t guarantee a good design. The following three design elements to consider creating a t-shirt design: contrast, size, and balance.
The contrast is the difference between colors * Brightness. You want to make the contrast and colors of ink on your shirt. For example, bright yellow color of a perfectly good, not good for text on a white shirt, white and yellow because of similar brightness. The yellow is very difficult to read letters on a white background. Dark-colored dyes, similarly, do not show well on dark colored shirts. Dark blue ink, for example, usually appears in a black shirt (or shirt with burgundy or forest green, etc.).
Another area which should be examined in contrast to the graphic itself. The graphics (or multi-colored font) that is made up of a group of similar color, like navy, deep purple and black, it will be difficult to distinguish between the lines and colors are visually blur together. The contrast between light and dark colors makes it easily recognizable graphics.
Size does matter when the t-shirt design. The bigger is usually better for text and graphic elements. The design must be able to read about six to eight feet away. Keep the text is relatively simple, or, at least a few words to a large and easily visible. People dont have the time or inclination to read a paragraph of text on a shirt. Still about 3 seconds to get your message in front of the shirt’s expired. While the text may be used for smaller, do not forget to keep information that is less important than the main idea, since it will be harder to see.
Balance refers to the total sales of text and images on your shirt. The layout is described as heavy, if you have a lot of files or a thick, rich, fonts. As the word implies, is an area where there is heavy (or light), do not be a similar area on the other side. Balance can be focused on, or left / right or top / bottom. As a design element, the balance is an area where the greatest scope for breaking the rules. Often an off-balance, asymmetrical design is very energetic. But the classic, clean design, be sure to balance the elements.
If you are aware of contrast, size and design of the Balance of the shirt, then a good way because that visually pleasant for both you and your audience.