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When creating the designs I try to make them so they can be used for may projects. For example, designs can be used as logos for parties and promotions. Please Note: All Images are reduced to thumbnail size, this causes a slight blur, but will not print with a blur.
"A design is just a design unless it has a story, then the design becomes art, Bill Campitelle ", you most likely would not buy an expensive piece of art unless you knew it's history If you would like to know why I created some of these designs then please visit the rest of this site.
Here is a tip on how to prepare your images for up-load. First you need a image editor, I use Paint Shop Pro X4. If your are not familiar pixels and megabytes, I suggest download a 30 day "free" trial at www.corel.com. Short and sweet for X4. Open your image in the "edit" window, then go to image size, there you will see your image size and Dpi. Adjust the image as outlined in the upload photo window.
Then make and save the image to a folder called "spreadshirt". Then go to that folder, highlight the image and it will tell you what the bytes or megabytes are, below 10 megabytes and your ready upload. Keep your DPI above 200 and you will do fine. Remember you can't stretch an image. Hope this helps. Bill
To learn more about, png, gif, jpg or bmp. Please visit What you should know about images, opens a new window.
Please Note: This T-Shirt shop designer provided by www.spreadshirts.com, Thank you for Viewing, Bill Please Note: All Images are DIGITAL DIRECT, ONLY
You can also design your own apparel at Spreadshirt visit here.