Fonts and Tools

    Fonts used in our T-shirt Design Templates


    321 Impact -

    Alex Brush -

    Alley-oop -

    All Star -

    American Captain -

    Argor Got Scaqh -

    Arial - standard font or any san serif block font

    Athletic -

    Atrox -

    AvantGarde -

    Ballpark Weiner -

    Barbatrick -

    Bebas Neue -

    Beckett -

    Bickham Script - if you don't have and don't want to purchase, use any nice script font.

    Big Noodle Titling -

    Bodoni - standard font

    Brush Script - standard font or use any Banff or casual script font

    College -

    Collegiate -

    Compacta - standard font or use any thick san serif headline font

    Cooper Black -

    Copperplate - standard font

    Crown Title -

    Daemonicus -

    Dirt2Soulstalker -

    Disintegration -

    Electramaniacal -

    Fat Tats -

    FORQUE -

    Freshman -

    HabanoST -

    Headline One -

    Hominis -

    Impact - standard font or use any thick san serif headline font

    Inked God -

    Jack Runner -

    Kingthings Spike -

    Loki Cola -

    Lobster -

    Magneto / Kelvinized -

    MLB Tuscan -

    Motion Picture -

    Oliver's Barney -

    ParmaPetitOutline -

    Pillbox -

    Plug-Nickelblack -

    Poster Bodini -

    Princeton -

    Princetown D -

    Quigley Wiggly -

    Saddlebag -

    Saloonkeeper -

    Segoe UI Black - Standard Microsoft Font - Use any san serif block font

    SF Collegiate -

    Showcard Gothic -

    Southern Aire -

    Stencil Standard -

    Still Time -

    Titulo -

    Ventography -

    Weltron Special Power -

    Wide Latin -

    Wolf's Bane -

    Need CorelDraw, Illustrator or Photoshop?



    Download a fully functional version of Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw or Adobe Photoshop to edit our templates.  



    CorelDraw Tutorial

    If you are new to manipulating vector designs we would highly recommend CorelDraw!  CorelDraw is much easier to use and holds all of the font formatting effects intact when replacing the text with your own custom text.

     Download the free trial here


    Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

    Adobe Illustrator is used by graphics professionals all over the world is the leading vector-based design software. It has more high-end features than any other vector design software program on the market but the learning curve is rather steep for beginners.

    Download the free trial here


    Photoshop Tutorial

    Those of you who wish to work in a raster-based environment but don't have Adobe Photoshop can download a free trial at the link below.  Photoshop offers many special effects and filters that cannot be accomplished with a vector-based design program.  It's great for about any design project and is a must-have tool for web based design or any other design project for that matter!

    Download the free trial here