|Barrowmaze T-shirt - click for bigger!|
Greg is funding the printing of a selection of T-shirts through indigogo, and there are a few other designs up there too, from the Mighty Pen of Poag and Jumpin' Jim Holloway - all Old-School themed and very nice they are too. They cost about $25 / £17 including US/CAN postage, but European postage will be additional.
Barrowmaze Gamer T's on Indiegogo
And secondly, my order Oldhammer ov Khaoz Tzhirt arrived, and here's some dodgy phonecam shots...
|chaos fire on beastman.|
You can see the "grain" that the print has, a slightly speckled effect, which is quite nice, and there's a tiny bit of ghosting around the edges of the lettering - less than 0.5mm. I think there is a substrate of white that is then printed over in colour - Spreadshirt are not very good at explaining their printing processes or explaining how to get best results, they also only except vector graphics or PNGs, which are RGB, so how the colour gets interpreted is a but hit and miss. Anyway, enough design nit-picking, I'm very happy how the details in the drawing came out and the colour of the piece, and will gladly wear this down the pub as soon as the weather sorts itself out.
|If you're looking at my chest this close, you're standing too close.|
But I did get the opportunity to experience Spreadshirts return policy as I found it a little too tight across my ever expanding middle aged gamers waistline. So I emailed Spreadshirt, said it didn't really fit properly and could I get an L. They responded the next day and said I could either keep it and get a £5 voucher off my next purchase OR return it to them and get a L and attached PDF form to fill in and print out and put in so I packed the t-shirt back into it's packaging and shipped it off (at a cost of under a quid for Large Letter) and few days later an L appeared, which is a much better fit. I don't know if that's their standard procedure, but it does give me confidence that Spreadshirt are doing the right thing.
All flavours of T-Shirts are available, again black is proving the most popular, but the Warhammer Wives Club seems to be very slow in getting in on the action.
UK & Europe from: http://zhu-shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/
And a slightly more limited range in the USA and the Rest of the World from http://zhu-shop.spreadshirt.com/