Adding type to t-shirt photos and making it seem real

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Oct 07, 2008 Oct 07, 2008

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Is there a way to add type to photos of t-shirts and making it seem real? Like making the type follow the angle and bumps of the surface.

http://www.mistershape.com/blog/images/dnabig.jpg

I was hoping there'd be an easier way out than having to exactly model the t-shirt in some 3D application, render just the type and then superimpose it on top of the real photo. I could just get the t-shirt printed and then take real photographs of it, but I can't quite afford that yet.

So is there a way to do this using Adobe products?

Note: I posted this in a couple of different forums, I hope y'all don't mind.

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Oct 08, 2008 Oct 08, 2008

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>I posted this in a couple of different forums, I hope y'all don't mind.

Actually, that's not considered cool. 😉 However, it's not a Typography question at all. :/

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Oct 14, 2008 Oct 14, 2008

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As Ramón says. You should be posting this just in Photoshop. But note that for the least work and most realistic appearance, you may well be best off preparing a real shirt as you want it and photographing it.

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