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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:51 pm 
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To be honest, I never really known what waterslide is... >.>

You cut out the decal, dip it in water, and slide onto whatever you're decaling.


What kind of paper are you supposed to use? That sounds interesting...

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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Waterslide decal paper :9

Did you see my 'Six' fig? He had a waterslide decal.. Albeit one that wasn't applied very well.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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Waterslide decal paper :9

Did you see my 'Six' fig? He had a waterslide decal.. Albeit one that wasn't applied very well.


I might have seen him... link?

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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Ah, very awesome, CB! B)

How is this made? Is it really printed? If so, what did they use to print it?

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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^ A printer that can print on objects. I forget what it's called.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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^ A printer that can print on objects. I forget what it's called.


Woah, that is neat! (expensive, too, I bet)

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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If you remember what it is called, please tell us! I am trying to figure out how to print 'fig parts.

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
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Napoleon wrote:
They're peal 'n stick. To be honest, I never really known what waterslide is... >.>


What kind of peal 'n stick paper do you use? Is it similar to the peal 'n stick decals LEGO uses? Do you use ink jet or laser jet to print them? I've never made decals before, hence all the questions! Thanks, Napoleon!

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon's Custom Decals
PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:36 pm 
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If you go to Staples or office stores, ask for sticker paper; that's how I found it. :) Concerning LEGO decal-ish-ness: it'll have the texture of paper. But, if you put clear tape on it before you cut it out, it'll be shiny and plastic-y.

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