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One for the seriously good artists out there. A UK version of Threadless from what I can gather.
You sell your design to them then cash in every time a t-shirt/hoodie is sold.
I don't know anything more about them so you would have to research if interested.
 

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There are quite a few places that do things like this. My husband is very interested in submitting to Qwertee.com but for him it's finding the oomph to sit and draw after a 10 hour shift at work (rather than just sit back and game). I keep trying to nudge him even telling him I'll do all the leg work if he just does the drawing.
 

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So husband only goes and shows me up, he's current sat with his sketch pad and pencils working on character etc for the game he is planning to eventually finish.
 

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Just took a look as my partner is a fan of Teefury and Qwertee...

Their prices are steep! The artist gets £3 per purchase for a £25 t-shirt?!?! Apparently that's good according to them - will do some digging!
 

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Most of the £10 t-shirt places give you £1/sale, I think Qwertee.com do and their shirts are only on sale for 48 hours before being taken down.
 

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Okay a small bit of digging finds that £3 isn't terrible - some sites offer a %

... I think I'd rather sell a T-shirt on Qwertee for a day (£10 a T, £1 to me) as the sites popularity and the T's are cheaper so likely more sales? Then you move onto the next one?

Artokingo will remove your design if you sell on websites like that but allow you to keep the rights to your design whereas it looks like Threadless keep the rights to your design - it's hard to tell from their FAQ
 

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Kelzky said:
Okay a small bit of digging finds that £3 isn't terrible - some sites offer a %

... I think I'd rather sell a T-shirt on Qwertee for a day (£10 a T, £1 to me) as the sites popularity and the T's are cheaper so likely more sales? Then you move onto the next one?

Artokingo will remove your design if you sell on websites like that but allow you to keep the rights to your design whereas it looks like Threadless keep the rights to your design - it's hard to tell from their FAQ
No but their rules and grammar are terrible. Showed it to the husband and he has dismissed them straight away. I would happily go with Qwertee as I've already had dealings with their customer service (sent me 6 shirts for free to go towards a charity raffle in May) and I couldn't praise them more ;D.
 

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Chammy said:
Kelzky said:
Okay a small bit of digging finds that £3 isn't terrible - some sites offer a %

... I think I'd rather sell a T-shirt on Qwertee for a day (£10 a T, £1 to me) as the sites popularity and the T's are cheaper so likely more sales? Then you move onto the next one?

Artokingo will remove your design if you sell on websites like that but allow you to keep the rights to your design whereas it looks like Threadless keep the rights to your design - it's hard to tell from their FAQ
No but their rules and grammar are terrible. Showed it to the husband and he has dismissed them straight away. I would happily go with Qwertee as I've already had dealings with their customer service (sent me 6 shirts for free to go towards a charity raffle in May) and I couldn't praise them more ;D.
It's not good is it! Their website layout isn't great either really :/

Partner looooves Qwertee, he has LOADS of T's from there and Teefury... I would have more myself if they did a longer style to go with leggings - the not so natural birth of my daughter has scuppered me wearing jeans for the foreseeable future!
 

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