I wanted to present this t-shirt that I have designed.
Over Dose (0ver Do2e). This brand is all about hidden massages with in the designs.
Like this design of a lion with its open mouth. It stands for these young teens feeling like the king.
The “0ver Do2e” in the lions mouth stands what these teens that over dose feeling like “the king of the jungle”.
Right now our tee’s are at a very low cost and a very cheap shipping price.
All our tee’s are up for pre-order.
Thanks for your time.
Andy: I don’t mean to offend you, but I feel you have a lot of work to do here. If you like the style of the graphic, that’s fine, but for me it looks like you’ve just put some generic text over the mouth of a lion, and that the text not only doesn’t add anything to the image but actually distracts me from the artwork.
It would also really help you if you had a better product mockup as this type will do little to entice buyers to make a pre-order when they don’t know what it’s really going to look like.
I don’t really understand where you’re going with the ’0ver Do2e’ branding when you have ‘Over Dose’ on your website, it would probably be in your best interest to stick with one kind of branding so early on in the game since people don’t know who you are yet.
Why is the info you posted here not on your website too? It needs to be on the product page to explain the design. Speaking of the product page, listing the number of shirts you have in stock isn’t a great idea unless you just have one or two left, it doesn’t help generate demand. Also, product pages don’t need comment forms like you have, maybe re-style them to act as feedback/review forms as in the current state it just makes me think that you need to do more work editing your WordPress template.
Last thing, HYA readers are a savvy bunch, they’re all well aware that a shirt with a one-colour print on it (and not a jumbo print either) is not ‘very cheap’ when being sold at $15.99. We all know that you need to make profit on a shirt, but to claim that your shirt is ‘very cheap’ suggests you’re either paying too much for your product, haven’t done enough market research, or think that I and the readers have no idea about t-shirts and how they should be priced.
Like I say, I don’t mean to offend, but I can’t let a shirt like this pass without taking the opportunity to try and help you and also provide advice to others getting into the t-shirt industry.
This post was submitted by Edwin.