|Philip Mitchell||11/10/2016 12:02:44|
|22 forum posts|
I am re-painting a radio-control trawler as it is looking a bit 'shabby' with a number of scratches etc. I thought it would be quite simple to source some water slide transfers so I can renew the boat No: etc.
I am looking for a couple of sheets of alphabet/numbers in a white or silver or gold colour and approx 20mm height in a straightforward font.
After looking through both the Amazon and e-bay web sites I have come up with nothing suitable.
Does anybody have any suppliers they can tell me about.
Thanks in advance.
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One option, if you don't find what you're looking for, might be to print your own -- you can get blank water slide decal paper for use with both inkjet and laser printers. Just remember that you cannot print white on most home or office printers, so if your decals have white in them, you need to get the non-transparent version, i.e. with a white background to the decal film.
|David Marks 1||11/10/2016 21:06:27|
|255 forum posts|
Try this company. Their products are available from stockists such as Cornwall Model Boats. I find Cornwall MB a very good supplier/stockist unlike some of their competitors.
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