quote:Oooh, I want one!
So do I Jeff
And thank you IP2 for letting me use your image purely for demonstration purposes. .. It is after all your creation .. and a brilliant one to boot!
If you get a lot of good feedback on this IP2 .. meaning if people would like to buy your tee .. and that copyright issues have been sorted .. May I suggest you contact a good screen printer.They will generally give you the best advice on what what fabrics/inks are best and one can usually haggle on the pricing.All you have to do is put the original image file onto a memory stick and take it with you .. I'm not too sure about "GIMP" and what file extension you have saved the original image as.. but no worries printers now (Offset/Screen)..usually use Photoshop .. and can copy and save the image as a PSD file extension so they can make changes to suit. If I remember correctly there has to be a certain amount of volume to make it worth while doing.
Anyway as I said .. it is purely a suggestion.