I have a bunch of original illustrations I want to make into t-shirts but for now I'm focusing on a single design. This one:
This time the focus is on using my illustration of James "Lights Out" Toney as the design for a t-shirt. It's that simple. One full-colour, screen-printed design, one colour t-shirt (black), all you have to do is pick the size. The cotton t-shirts are pre-shrunk so they won't shrink the first time they're washed, and available in sizes from S to XXL. The size measurements are as below:
To make a pledge simply choose the reward option that relates to the size you're after. Simple! No money will be taken from your account unless this campaign makes its funding target by the time it ends. From there it's a simple matter of me having the shirts printed and mailed out.
Risks and challenges
Risks are minimal and really only a matter of logistics: can I ensure delivery of rewards in a timely and satisfactory fashion? I think yes.
I have my design ready to go. I have a good relationship with a great local screen-printer whose work I know I can trust. I've done my numbers and don't have any fears there: I've picked over the costs with a fine-tooth comb. Keeping this campaign simple and streamlined with only a single design has allowed me to be more accurate with the pricing of both rewards and postage: there are far fewer variables to worry about.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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