Realistic T-Shirt Display
I love RedBubble, seriously but one thing that bugs me is the presentation of the products here, specially the T-Shirts, wit the actual mock presentation it's hardly appealing for consumers outside the bubble.
If you could make it photo based it would be amazing and the implementation would be just as easy, but the sharing and promotion outside the site would be easier and catchier.
I know this has been mentioned before and you have made updates before, so I'm hoping that you are willing to do another and more photo realistic update this time to keep up with how nice the site and slick the site is looking now.
Studio Momo╰༼ ಠ益ಠ ༽ commented
Yeah this really is a must have update! I have a Facebook page, Blog and Pinterest account all of which I like displaying items for sale on. I have a tendency to never post product pictures of my shirts because I'm afraid it will make my stuff look cheap or unappealing. The other products however like: Posters, Phone Cases, etc... all look wonderful and eye-catching. I am always glad to post them up on my sites. I hope the shirt display can reach that sort of quality soon!
This is a must MUST! I often put my shirt design on Society6 for a few seconds only to take a screenshot of a T-Shirt mock with a real shirt and then I remove my art.
Redbubble do this please.
like on teefury, they upload an image of the real shirt onto the same model's body, a boy and a girl. It also tells you how big or small the design will look. Great idea
Isobel Von Finklestein commented
Yes, totally agree, it puts me off (I love my Red bubble store) but I would love to see a more 'Zazzle' type display of T shirts.. And I would love to be able to sell SINGLETS too please!!
I wholeheartedly third this!
For example (for comparison's sake mind you): check out this ( http://ow.ly/tNQV3) side-by-side of a design on the current RedBubble option/display versus a model. Which one do you get drawn to?
If you like the one on the right, keep adding more votes to this new idea/suggestion!
p.s. I still love ya'll at redbubble.
Absolutely. My intention WAS to move all of my T-shirt designs to Redbubble from another site, but the pseudo-representation looks terrible & has made me reconsider. I'm quite sure that it would deter my customers from making purchases (it would certainly deter me).