Oh! Basically, we decided that we were unhappy with the print quality that some folks were seeing on their shirts — a few turned out really well, but Teespring’s quality is a little hit and miss with finer details, as it turns out.
We did everything according to Teespring’s own guidelines. However, yeah. As soon as we saw someone say they had printing issues, we pulled it immediately, offering refunds to anyone who wasn’t completely satisfied with the design.
However! Because we love the design, Eric made some lovely wallpapers out of it! Feel free to check out his Cblog!
, . Previously covered by the incredible Dennis Carden, we invited the community to sign up to Destructoid's forum to have their name included in a community shirt.Since people liked the design, but don't enjoy to use a piece of cloth tha...
From now on, we’re planning to make sure that shirt designs are big and bold, as to ensure there’s less chances of printing issues. It was a learning experience, I guess.