If you are planning on designing a shirt on your own, it will be quite helpful for you to enlighten yourself with the basic terminologies that are often used in the same so that you can make sure that the shirt you want to design is of the best quality. Read on.

  1. Raised ink

Ideal for smaller areas but not detailing. This ink helps in rising up. Its edges are rounded out so do not use it for sharp lines.

  1. High density ink

Similar to raised ink, it also rises up and is ideal for small areas but not detailing. But these ink has square edges.

  1. Suede Ink

It is not actually suede, but it resembles the same. It is not ideal to be used on thin or wide areas.

  1. Glow

This ink actually glows in the dark. In the normal light, it looks light, but chances are that they can still appear.

  1. UV color change

This ink can only be used on a light colored material. The colors only become visible when subjected to UV lights. The color of the fabric will impact the color of your ink will appear as. If you love surprises, go for it.

  1. Metallic clear

This ink is used to be printed onto another ink and the effect it leaves is sparkly, where the ink shade is also prone to be multiplied.

  1. Shimmer

As you expect, the shimmer ink adds life and sparkle to the fabric. The ink is metallic in texture and shimmer ink is available in three shades: silver, bronze, black, and gold.

  1. Glitter ink

Add gold to the bling of your t-shirt with the help of glitter at http://www.teejunction.com.au. Glitter ink is available in the basic color of the rainbow, VIBGYOR.

  1. Blistering

Blister ink is a type of puff ink that sort of indents arbitrarily. You would need a good amount of space to display the effect accurately. The ink is prone to be heavy, so keep that in consideration too. It looks fabulous, but this ink is usually not considered to be wearable.

  1. Water-based ink

This inks help in making your design look as though not much is printed on your t-shirt, but more like it was woven that manner in the first place. These t-shirts with these inks are soft and may appear vintage-y.

  1. Heat applications

Heat application makes it possible for a variety of inks to be used together on the same t-shirt.

  1. Flocking

Flock ink imitates very much like felt. It has a great texture to include on a t-shirt when used in moderation.

  1. Foil

If you are searching for something shiny, a foil ink would just be what you are looking for. This ink has a knack to add highlights to designs.

  1. Vinyl

Vinyl ink is shiny and plastic, but just not that hard as those record vinyl.