hey pretty lady! i love the merch you've been up to lately. loooove the scarves, i'm gonna buy one as soon as i find out how it would work with my damn pixie hair haha. anyways, i was wondering how do you go about getting your tshirts done? i've been having lots of ideas... :)
LOOKING AT SO YOON LYM’S WORK, I REALIZE HOW MUCH I NEED TO STEP MY DRAWING SKILLS UP A NOTCH TO EVEN BEGIN TO CAPTURE THE BRILLIANT SPLENDOR OF DETAIL HE WIELDS WITH EVER SINGLE MARK. TO SAY THESE ARE MESMERIZING CAPTURES OF “DREAMTIME” IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. THEY ARE POSITIVELY LUSCIOUS!
YO! I was interested in purchasing one of your awesome scarfs in hopes of one day tieing it in the manner in which you did in the photos displaying the scarfs. Problem is: idk how to fold, roll, tuck etc. properly. Can you do a tutorial perhaps?? if instructions are already somewhere can you provide a link? plz!!
Unfortunately I don’t have a tutorial available but I’m positive youtube has several videos on wrapping scarves. I personally don’t like the way I look on camera so I could never do one myself. I hope my answer was helpful.
i know this is random. but i was just wondering how you got started creating your own line of t-shirts and what not? like, what was the process. any type of info would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
Lots of CREATIVITY and PATIENCE is key. I design all my t-shirts myself from my computer then I send the designs out to a manufacturer to have them printed. I deal with several different manufactures. MONEY is another big factor. I put a lot of my own money into my store and it wasn’t cheap. From labels to material, branding, software, manufacturer costs to shop fees it will all add up quickly. I just started with a passion and everything else fell into place. Do your research. T-shirts are a very common and I see everyone doing it now so you shouldn’t have a problem getting started.