View all · cut out each sticker · cut out each sticker · rub the sticker · rub the. Peel off a piece of adhesive tape and gently peel off the plastic sheet with the tip of your craft knife to ensure that the decal has been completely transferred. If you haven't, replace the tape and rub it a little more. You really need a firm hand with this.
Take the tweezers and gently remove one side of the adhesive tape, and then gently turn the transfer paper back. If you notice that any section hasn't been applied correctly, carefully put the backing paper back in place and rub it over the area again until the transfer is completely gone.
Dry transfersget a lot of hate because you only have one chance to position and apply them, but I like them. Now grab the tweezers (or object with hard edges; a coin is perfect for this) and rub them firmly over the printed part of the transfer.
Once you choose it, carefully cut it out with your knife, taking care not to cut too close or press hard close to the actual transfer. This was the first time I saw dry-transfer decals as part of a kit, as they are normally designated only for Master Grade and above. A dry transfer is not a slidable label or a water sticker, but the transferred image appears as if it were printed directly on the item. If it hasn't completely transferred or you see mists on part of it, carefully put it back in place and scrub some more.
The image is transferred from the translucent sheet to another surface by applying slight pressure with a rubbing motion. Water slides are much more attractive than Dry Transfers, but when you don't have access to the right water slides, they're the best option. Be careful to position it precisely, because once the transfer touches, it will start sticking to the wall surface. Try not to press the transfer either because you don't want it to start to peel off and stick to the backing sheet (which is weird, but if you press hard on the text, they'll want it to stick).
Dry transfers are called DRY because they are applied dry, without the use of water or solvents. Anyway, it's exactly the same thing and I'll show you a simple way to add Dry Transfers to your model. Be sure to tape at least two sides opposite each other, because if you don't and it slips during application, it could move the transfer sheet and ruin the decal. The most important thing is that the transfer does not move in the application (since a wrinkle may remain in the ink).