To create the subtle shading and effects that make your custom design so distinctive, we need to use different colors of ink on different shirt colors. Compare this design for Gran Turismo East, which we printed on both black and white shirts:
Although the design is the same, the presses and inks were set up in a completely different way — and for the most part, we need to set up our presses separately to print on each different shirt color.
If you’d like to have your artwork printed on multiple shirt colors, tell your design consultant so they can make sure that your order gets written and submitted correctly. In many cases, multiple shirt colors will require multiple orders of the minimum quantities.
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