Need opinion on color schemes for a t-shirt design

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  1. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

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    Hey,
    So I'm launching my t-shirt company on Thursday with a couple designs, but I plan on releasing two new designs soon. One of them I'm not sure what color scheme I should go with. If you guys can let me know which one, I'm hoping to decide by Friday night on what color scheme I want to go with. If you can let me know which is your favorite or what one works best, it'll be greatly appreciated.

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  2. dopeazhell

    dopeazhell ^^ this

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    the second one definitely stands out the most but my favorite is the first. that color scheme looks vintage and more appropriate for the art, imo. good stuff
    test
  3. Seventh Chakra

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    go with the first one!
    test
  4. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

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    test
  5. vendetta_B

    vendetta_B New Member

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    you know... i guess t-shirt shoulb be simple... and i like monocolor))) like this- Xcuber - pitbull photo this is a Lock smith NY. it is simple and quite interesting..

    maybe y'd beter remove some details to be it more simplistic?
    test
  6. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

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    T-shirts don't have to be simple at all. Yes I have some designs that aren't overly complicated with details. You can view Branded Baron — Home
    I think when it comes to t-shirts it's who you're marketing to and what taste you prefer.
    test
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