Men's Polos - Illustration

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These polos have some life to them, with a filled out, on the body look. Full knit rib and plain collars included. The plain version has a back yoke that can be removed. The illustrations are very clean, with thick-to-thin linework. Everything is well organized in layers.

Black versions of all four views are included. The extra black ones are on separate layers underneath the white polos. Make sure you open your Layers Palette to find them.

Click here to visit my garment lightbox: men's and women's SS tees, LS tees and hoodies, all easily customizable.

"How do I change the shirt color?"

Start with one of the black tees; make sure your Swatches palette is open.

Double-click the "Dark Body Fill" swatch to open the Swatch Options dialog box. Make sure the Preview box is checked, so you can see your changes on the fly. Move your sliders around until you get the color you want, and remember the numbers for the next step...

Double-click the "Dark Outlines" swatch. Divide the numbers you entered for the fill color in half, and enter those values here. (I find that's usually a good starting point.)

You're done.
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