A client of mine runs a small business and I help with their marketing, etc. They had me design a t-shirt for them a few months ago, and I made a high-res png of the front design, back design, and a photo of the designs on the t-shirt, using the t-shirt manufacturer’s product photo. Now the client wants another (different) t-shirt.
Me: Alright, design is finished. I put the files in a Google Drive folder for the printer. Please send the link to her with your order.
Client: I changed my mind about the t-shirt color. The printer offers a navy blue option, so could you switch up the graphic you made to match?
Me: Alright, no problem. *change graphics*
Client: Your new graphic has a model wearing the t-shirt. There was no model last time. I don’t like you changing things up like this.
Me: I got both of those photos from the t-shirt manufacturer’s site. One of the colors didn’t have a model wearing it, one did. The printer should understand.
Client: I don’t understand why you can’t do it like you did last time. Maybe we can do the t-shirt another time.
I haven’t heard from them since.