The Robin (Sojourner) Wood T-Shirt Template
|Put your own image (and color) on this shirt.|
Some time ago, someone mentioned in the Second Life forum that making a t-shirt in Second Life isn't as simple as just dropping a picture onto a shirt, like you would do for Café Press.
But some people aren't interested in doing anything more than that; and, for them, perhaps it should be just that simple.
So, for all of those people, and for people who are just starting out and want to see what a finished shirt looks like in all of its layers, here you go.
Click here to download a zip file with the layered Photoshop file (RSW T-Shirt.psd) and a Read Me of instructions.
If you want more detailed instructions, I've written two tutorials. Both use Photoshop, I'm afraid, since that's the graphics program I use, but you might be able to extrapolate the instructions to your own favorite application. Click here if you are pretty new to computer graphics, and would like a detailed explanation of every step. Click here if you are pretty comfortable with Photoshop, but still want more instruction than you can find in the Read Me file..
You may use the finished t-shirts you make in Second Life, for your own use, to give away, or to sell. (Although, if you sell a lot of them, I'd appreciate a donation, or you can donate to your favorite charity, instead.) However, please don't sell the original layered file, or include it on a disk, or use it in a tutorial without writing and asking me for permission.
Have fun with it!
If this page has come loose from the frame it's supposed to be in, or is in someone else's frame, just click here, then choose Finished T-shirt Template from the list on the left.
If you have a question, write to me and ask it!
Everything on this site is copyright © Robin Wood; all rights reserved. Feel free to link to these pages, print them out for yourself, and use them yourself to create content for Second Life without restrictions, including making and selling T-Shirts in world. However, you may not distribute them in any way, (post them on your site, put them on a CD, use printed copies as handouts in a class, etc.) without permission. To get permission, write to Robin, and explain what you intend to use it for.