Journal

STICKERS! STICKERS! STICKERS!

A collection of some of my tee designs available as stickers, an easily overlooked product of Redbubble. Each sticker is linked directly to it’s purchase page for your convenience.






Lips Sticker Collection (Four on one sheet)

Heads Sticker Collection (Four on one sheet)

Unisex short sleeve- Image to shirt size comparison chart

Like my previous colour chart journal entry, I’ve tried something else to take the guesswork out of designing for RedBubble t-shirts.

This time I’m comparing the unchanging maximum print area (2400px x 3200px @ 200dpi = 30.48cm x 40.64cm or 12inches x 16inches) to the varying sizes of the Unisex short sleeve t-shirt, which ranges from S up to XXXL.

This should help you envisage how your design will look across the varying shirt sizes. As you can see because of the unchanging print area, things look considerably different when comparing S to XXXL.

To RedBubble, I’ve made every effort to get these measurements exact as possible. If you notice any errors, please let me know.

Below: The blue area represents the maximum unchanging print area. As a result, the larger the t-shi…

T-shirt colour guide with Red Bubble conversion

I’ve posted this over at the forums but I thought it was important to post here as well.

The following chart was made to help take the guess work out of how your t-shirt design colours will look after Red Bubble’s colour conversion.

I simply took a CMYK swatch palette from Photoshop and put it on a t-shirt in Redbubble. As a result, all the colours were converted.

Update- I’ve now added coordinates so you can easily find the relating colours between each swatch set.

-In the first block of swatches is an extensive range of CMYK colours which you can use while in RGB or CMYK mode to colour your designs. On the bottom is how these colours will be converted on RB’s shirt design preview.

Hope this helps everyone.