The cutaway drawing was originally done in CorelDraw 10, the current version at the time the drawing was made.
A new wrinkle on a very old process allows us put our line drawings on polo shirts. A laser etches our cutaway drawing on a block that is then used to stain a pattern on to a shirt, like old woodblock printing of yesteryear. The effect is a subtle yet incredibly detailed depiction of an engineering drawing arranged over the whole shirt. The lines of the drawing are the original color of the shirt while the background is washed out.