GRACE FRAGA: So now Chantelle is transferring
the sketch that she created here on paper onto the patch that she’s going to glue on
the T-shirt. CHANTELLE TIBBS: Yeah, and this is the three dimensional way of doing T-shirts.
I’m gonna–I drew this on a patch. I’m going to cut this patch off and then I’m going to
glue or sew this onto the actual T-shirt. This just gives it an extra pop and it adds
another color, the color white. You can actually see exactly all the details of making any
kind of three dimensional T-shirt on my segment about that. So, but right here we’re going
to do it, as I finish drawing, and now I’m going to cut it so I can put this patch on.
GRACE FRAGA: What shape are you going to cut it? Like just a square? CHANTELLE TIBBS: I
don’t know. I kinda want it to be circular so it looks almost like a cartoon. GRACE FRAGA:
Really? Well, how fun. CHANTELLE TIBBS: Yeah. GRACE FRAGA: So you need my help? CHANTELLE
TIBBS: No, it’s actually cool. We’re good here. GRACE FRAGA: Great. CHANTELLE TIBBS:
But I’ll see whatever shape it comes out. I just want it to look kinda comic ’cause
there are some comical facial expressions on the characters. GRACE FRAGA: Yeah, very
funny. So now you’re cutting it and then you went– CHANTELLE TIBBS: And, again, I didn’t–I
went big enough, but I like–I also like it when people, like, want to read people’s T-shirts
and they get close to them, it just causes us to be more, you know, social. GRACE FRAGA:
Get attention, that’s all we want. CHANTELLE TIBBS: So yeah. GRACE FRAGA: There you go.
See, this is an attention getter for sure. CHANTELLE TIBBS: Uh-huh. GRACE FRAGA: So there
you finished cutting that patch. And now you’re gonna–the next thing would be to glue it
on the T-shirt. So that’s coming up next.