Before this camp, I had made t-shirts with my cousin using screen printing which is very time consuming. I wanted to take the class so that I can learn different ways to print on t-shirts that are both more efficient and to place more detailed graphics on them.
At this Art Center camp, we first designed what we wanted to put on our t-shirts and scanned them into the computer. You can also draw your designs directly on the computer too. Then we formatted it on a 11x17 canvas size and turned the images into negatives.
|Negative of my T-shirt design|
Here's a link to Lumi Co's website where they explain how the print process takes place.
|My teammates modeling the T-shirts I made.|
By the way, I sold three of my T-shirts for a total of $90! Not bad eh?