Be Creative for a Cause!
We are continuously in search of unique designs for our t-shirts, enamel pins, and other donor rewards. If you’re passionate about your art and want to donate a design, we’d love to see it! Should we use your design as a donor reward, we’ll express our gratitude by sending you one of those rewards.
- Ensure your designs cater to all audiences; any “Not Safe For Work” submissions will not be accepted.
- We request designs be presented visually (e.g., a drawing or graphic). Written descriptions or design suggestions will not be considered.
- Using trademarked or copyrighted material without express written permission from the rightful owner is prohibited. If you have permission, please provide the relevant documentation when submitting your design.
- Your submission implies you’re granting Tabletop Gaymers unrestricted and irrevocable rights to your design. Please familiarize yourself with our Photo and Artwork Submission Policy for a more in-depth understanding.
Designs for Enamel Pins
- Given the minute details of enamel pins, your designs should be simple and clear.
- Avoid gradients or shading and limit your designs to between 6-12 solid colors.
- Anticipate a minimum metal outline of 0.3 mm for each color and a 0.5 mm diameter space for the enameling needle. Ensure text is readable at a minimum size of 5 pt.
- Typically, we don’t produce enamel pins that necessitate screen printing, knockouts, or dies exceeding a 50 mm (approximately 2 inches) diameter circle.
- Vector images, like those from Adobe Illustrator, are ideal.
- For a deeper dive into the intricacies of pin design, we recommend checking out the WizardPins’ Enamel Pin Guide.
Designs for T-Shirts
- T-Shirt designs offer more freedom but remember to account for variations in shirt color, size, and the required resolution.
- While gradients and shading are permissible, intricate details may not be as apparent once printed.
- The maximum print area for adult t-shirts is 12 x 16 inches; however, we suggest designs fit comfortably within a 10 x 10 inch area.
- We prefer vector images (e.g., Adobe Illustrator), but if you’re submitting raster images (e.g., Photoshop, jpg, png), ensure they’re at least 300 dpi, though 600 dpi is ideal.