ART REQUIREMENTS

Vector or 300dpi bitmap/raster with a transparent background files only.  All fonts and strokes should be converted to shapes/curves/outlines and colors should be 100% with no transparencies.  Color profiles should be set as CMYK, not RGB.  Files should be submitted only in PDF format, to size, with each different size or colorway submitted in a separate file.  Gang sheets Accepted.  10” x 16” max size. All black should be composite black(C=100, M=100, Y=100, K=100).  Fine lines should be no less than 1pt thick.  We do Not edit art.

Vector Art

Smooth lines, no jagged edges when zoomed in.
Software that produces vector art are CorelDraw and Adobe Illustrator

Raster Art

Jagged edges when zoomed in.
Software that produces bitmap/raster art is Photoshop

Transparent Background with Solid Gradient

This type of gradient (color-to-color) is ACCEPTABLE FOR HEAT TRANSFERS.

Transparent Background with Transparent Gradient

This type of gradient (color-to-transparency) is NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR HEAT TRANSFERS.

Converting Fonts in Photoshop

1. Select the Text to be converted.

2. In the Menu Bar, click on the “Type” drop down and select “Convert to shape”

Converting Strokes/Outlines in Photoshop

1. Select the Object to be converted.

2. In the Menu Bar, select “Layer” drop down and select “Smart Objects”, a fly out window appears, select “Convert to Smart Object”

Converting Fonts in Illustrator

1. Select the Text to be converted.

2. In the Menu Bar, select “Type” drop down and select “Create Outlines”

Converting Strokes/Outlines in Illustrator

1. Select the Object to be converted.

2. In the Menu Bar, select “Object” drop down and select “Path”, a fly out window appears, select “Outline Stroke”

Converting Fonts in CorelDraw

1. Click on the Text to be converted.

2. In the Menu Bar, click on the “Object” drop down and select “Convert to curves”

Converting Strokes/Outlines in CorelDraw

1. Click on the Object to be converted.

2. In Menu Bar, click on the “Object” drop down and select “Convert Outline to Object”

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