Polypropylene pigments are recommended for use in large art shops. Clothes can be ironed after drawing. When drawing, the pen should not be too wet. Pad the newspaper under the pattern of clothes and tightly clamp it to stretch the clothes. If it is too dilute, the diffusion of the pigment is not easy to control. If it is too thick, the pigment cannot be absorbed into the depth of the fiber, it is easy to fade.
The use of overhead tables and projectors will make the drawing process more convenient. People without transcription tables can use glass tables and lamps to make simple transcription tables. People without art foundation or first drawing can also draw patterns on paper before rubbing T-shirts on blue paper. After the pattern is painted, the T-shirts still need to be covered with something with a wet towel and ironed with an electric iron to prevent the color from falling off. Of course, the most important thing is not to paint too thick. Congratulations. Now you have a T-shirt that you painted yourself.