The software is pretty cool--and you don't have to download anything to use it. As you experiment with t-shirt designs, you get a more 3D idea of how your design will look in real life. Your uploaded image and text gets altered to fit with the curves of the t-shirt material, giving it a much more realistic "final print" result. Better yet, unlike a lot of other "high end" t-shirt designing tools, this one doesn't use flash or any plug-ins, meaning it works on any browser or any platform, mobile or not.
The idea of T Shirt Studio is to provide affordable and well-made products. To see their new and improved design tool in action, experiment with your own ideas for cheap t-shirt printing. What I like about this site is that you can come up with a creative idea and, without in-depth design skills, see your idea become a reality--plus, you can print as many or as few tees as you want. So if you want a one of a kind shirt, you can make one, or if you want 15 shirts for your ball team, you can print those, too.
OK, I've made my shirt. How about you?