I decided to try selling my Worship Crew shirt design on teespring for a very small profit, if anyone is interested in building a little uniformity in your tech team ministry. They can be purchased here!
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The other day I saw an insurance shirt that said something like “I farm so you can eat.” I decided to rephrase it to something like this.
Last night I stayed up way too late making some shirts for our worship service crew at church. I got the Speedball starter kit at Michael’s with a 50% off coupon and was using the photo emulsion method. The first time I exposed the screen, even though I followed the instructions, some of the design wouldn’t wash out so I had to completely clean it off and start all over. The shirts came out nice though, and now I can make as many as I want.
You can click on the pictures for more process details.
UPDATE (July 2018): I decided to make this design available on teespring here if anyone is interested in having one!
This is a textured render of a quick eagle design I whipped up the other day. The design was for a vinyl transfer to a t-shirt for a good friend making a career transition. I left off all the sarcasm from this version of the design.
This was a tree i thought up after a co-worker asked for something similar. It’s alternating layers of black and tan cardstock, with three main designs composing the whole tree. Very time consuming to glue it all together, but I like how it came out.
Original design drawn in mypaint, converted to vector graphics in inkscape, and cut with a silhouette cameo.