It is my art (either designed by My Vinyl Cut or purchased with a commercial license) printed on a sublimation paper using a Sawgrass 400 printer with Sublijet Sublimation inks.
You need a heat press to press this onto your own shirt.
The shirt needs to be white or light in color. The darker the color, the more faded/vintage the image will be.
It also needs to be a high polyester fiber count. 100% works best and the lower the poly count, the more faded/vintage the image will be. I wouldn't go down past 65%.
Sublimation ink only adheres to polyester fibers that is why your shirt needs a high poly fiber count. The inks are also translucent so that is why the shirt needs to be white or light in color.
This transfer needs to be pressed on a shirt at 400 degrees for 60 seconds. A wide variance between presses and shirts exists. I would test your press before pressing a paid transfer for the first time. There is a large learning curve to sublimation.
Your pressure should be light, you may need to lower your temp on certain shirts/colors and you may need to lower your dwell time. It is best to find your perfect settings before using this transfer so you don't waste it. You can request a tester by just contacting me. It will be a little scrap you can test on a scrap piece of fabric.
Instructions will be included in your package.
You can look up my YouTube channel and see how I press my transfers.