Apparel Design Start Here Pack
Start Your Own Clothing Line with our Apparel Design Start Here Pack
Want to start your own clothing line? Look no further. Your career starts right here with our Apparel Design Start here pack. The pack is chock full of the industry’s best tips, tricks, strategies, secrets, tutorials, tools, mockups and other essential weaponry you’ll need to go from novice to top dog in days.
Here’s what’s included:
If you’ve thought about starting an apparel line, or you have one already, I can guess what you’re thinking: It’s just not possible! And yes, there is a huge list of reasons why it’s not possible to do this – and it’s this list that keeps most people from taking the first steps. This video will break down barriers that we all deal with, and show you how to turn your passion into a concept, come up with a logo, create your first line of tees, get them printed, and finally how to market & get your first sale. It is possible to launch a t-shirt design in less than a day.
One of the most popular and discussed articles on our blog was this three part series by Jeff Finley about mistakes designers make in the music and apparel industry. We feel it has some great information and we’ve consolidated the material and packaged it into a nice ebook for your convenience.
This 40 page ebook is meant to be a quick read. You can finish it quickly, get inspired, and move on with your day.
Learn how to start a clothing line, design better t-shirts, and build a loyal fan base. You can become the next legendary t-shirt designer!
Thread’s Not Dead is the best guide to starting a clothing line. Period.
Written by Jeff Finley of Go Media, learn the secrets and strategies used by the most successful clothing brands.
This download includes:
- .MP3 AUDIOBOOK
- .EPUB (iPad, iPhone, Ipod, Nook)
- .MOBI (Kindle)
- .PDF (desktops and tablets)
- 60 MB of Bonus Files
- Stock Vectors and Textures
- T-Shirt Mockup Templates
- Photoshop Actions and Brushes
Learn how to freelance design for your favorite brands or start your own clothing line. This book covers everything you need to know.
Our goal is to help you create a popular and successful clothing line. Key topics include design, freelancing, band merchandise, personal branding, marketing, sales, printing & production, retail, business strategy, and e-commerce.
The book features contributions from the people behind Threadless, Emptees, DesignByHümans, Big Cartel, I Am The Trend, Go Media, Jakprints, Glamour Kills, Paint the Stars, Cure Apparel, Fright-Rags, and more!
- Designing for Tees
- Design Techniques & Tutorials
- Printing & Production
- Branding & Marketing
- Sales & Fulfillment
- Going Big-Time
- Conclusions & Next Actions
- Case Studies & Interviews
Want to learn more before you buy? This book has its own website with more info on what’s inside.
This crew neck t shirt template pack contains 8 regular men’s crew neck t-shirts that are “ghosted”, or appear to have a body shape. These shirts are squeaky clean (ie, no distressing, like our Distressed Shirt Mockup Templates Pack.) There are four different body shapes, with front and back for each, giving you all of the variety you’ll need. This pack allows total flexibility with the tag. Don’t need it? Click and it’s gone.
All in all you get:
- Men’s Crew Neck T Shirt Templates (4 front views, 4 back views)
- PSDs, all shadowed, highlighted, layered and masked for ease of use
This pack contains 6 regular women’s crew neck t-shirts, all of which are are “ghosted”, or appear to have a body shape. These shirts are clean and crisp (without distressing).
Like the Men’s Crew Neck Ghosted Templates Pack, these templates allow total flexibility with the tag – you can turn the tags on or off.
All in all you get:
- 6 high-resolution mockup template PSDs
- All ghosted, including front and back views
- The masked and layered, fully customizable templates you’ve come to know from us here at Go Media
This “new-age” themed custom shirt design includes everything you need to design a great t-shirt. This pack comes with 6 royalty free vector illustrations. They focus on sacred geometry and enlightenment, a bitmapped wing graphic, a tri-blend t-shirt mockup PSD, and the original vector design completed as you see it here. As a bonus, we throw in a free chapter of our popular ebook Thread’s Not Dead: The Designer’s Guide to the Apparel Industry.
The cool thing about these custom shirt designs is you can mix and match all the images to create your own design.
You’ll need vector graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator to use these designs.
You can either use this design as-is without changing a thing or mix and match. We recommend using some of the awesome geometric patterns to create brand new designs.
That wing graphic is so versatile! We could see that being used on many different styles of t-shirt design.