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Hi Guys, I need to find a good realistic T-shirt template to use. Does COREL have any that I can't seem to locate or is there something I can buy compatable with COREL?

I have attached an example of the type of thing required (without the designs - that is).

Many thanx, Ian (Cape Town)


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I would suggest (no access to my program right now so I can't check the bitmap "clipart") taking a photo of a blank t-shirt, laid out the way you want, against a coloured background. You can easily remove the background with the colour mask and change the t-shirt colour as often as you want with the colour-replacer or hue tools.

 

Ted

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Ianv:

Hi Guys, I need to find a good realistic T-shirt template to use. Does COREL have any that I can't seem to locate or is there something I can buy compatable with COREL?

I have attached an example of the type of thing required (without the designs - that is).

Many thanx, Ian (Cape Town)

The first part of this tutorial shows how to create an illustration of a shirt. You can always go to stock images website to get realistic shirt image.

Alex Galvez
Free Tutorials:
www.coreldrawtips.com
www.corelcadtips.com

 


Ianv replied on Thu, Feb 26 2009 9:48

Hi ted, thanx a lot for this . I'll give it a try - I'm not sure if I'll get the same layered effect - not sure though, it may be perfect.

I will let you know.

Many thanx, ian

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Ianv:

Hi Guys, I need to find a good realistic T-shirt template to use. Does COREL have any that I can't seem to locate or is there something I can buy compatable with COREL?

I have attached an example of the type of thing required (without the designs - that is).

Many thanx, Ian (Cape Town)

Those templates are created in Photoshop.  You can download them or purchase some from various vendors on the net.  Or, create your own, but you will need Photoshop or similar program to do it.  I'm currently in the process of making my own.

 

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Here's a sample using the colour replacer tool
 
Ted
<Ianv> wrote in message news:47876@coreldraw.com...

Hi ted, thanx a lot for this . I'll give it a try - I'm not sure if I'll get the same layered effect - not sure though, it may be perfect.

I will let you know.

Many thanx, ian



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