There aren't many things our incredible DTG process can't achieve! However, when choosing the colors for your artwork, it’s important to note that they may look different on a real product than what you see on your computer monitor. Even if you have calibrated your monitor to a specific color profile, there are various factors that influence the final appearance of colors on a printed product. You can find out more about color matching for print-on-demand clothing in this blog post!
Because of this, we can’t guarantee color accuracy 100%. Consider the following factors:
- When printing on garments, it’s important to consider fabric material and garment color. The same color value will look a little different on when printed on 100% cotton vs. a fabric blend. Similarly, the same color value will look different when printed on a light vs. dark colored garment.
- We also print a white under base layer beneath prints on colored garments so that the colors look vibrant and stand out from the fabric. The same color value on one garment can look different when printed with vs. without a white under base. We've taken some photos where you can see how the same color values look different when printed on a white or black garment. Keep in mind that even the colors in these photos look different than on the original printed product. Referencing these photos is not a substitution for ordering color swatches on a sample product.
- To get the best outcome for your prints, use sRGB for your files. sRGB is the color profile our printers use. sRGB uses more colors than standard RGB. For best possible accuracy use the sRGB color profile sRGB IEC61966-2.1. Most editing programs default to this color profile. Always check the profile and color-correct if necessary. If colors are out of the range, they will not print properly.