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i am trying to put a logo on my new munny and need suggestions on what to do.
Decals? stencil? how are you guys doing it?
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Depends on how you want it to look. If you want a nice clean logo I use water slide decals. They can be purchased online or at a local hobby shop. If you like the graffiti style then stencil would do. If you spray paint it on use a light coat to avoid drips and smudges.
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rustedhalo wrote:If you want a nice clean logo I use water slide decals.
^Agreed, inkjet waterslide paper works really nicely and if you are more a computer based artist it's perfect for putting your own designs onto toys.
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You will find putting any kind of flat decal, stickers or masking tape on a curved surface is difficult!
Maybe if it is small (say less than an square inch).
Ended up drawing my design and then painting it.
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the_k1d wrote:You will find putting any kind of flat decal, stickers or masking tape on a curved surface is difficult!
If you are using waterslide decals on a curved or textured surface, you could try a decal setting solution such as Micro Sol or Solvaset.