A5 sheet of Graffiti decals designed add detail and realism to a modern city setting. Suitable for modern, post-apocalyptic and near future based games.
There are approximately 80 decals on each sheet or various sizes from 5mm x 5mm to 43mm x 17mm.
Produced digitally on specialist decal paper, featuring pre-cut decals, no coatings are required and the decals are Opaque
(meaning that they have a base layer of colour that ensure solid colours show up from the decal regardless of the background they are applied on to).
Decal products produced by Antenocitis Workshop are printed on a commercial wide-format printer using solvent inks (CMYKLcLm + White + Metallic inks).
As such, the decal media may be a little different to the normal decal media you are used to. Two key differences generally are:
- the decal film is physically much tougher than most competitors, and is designed to be handled using fine needle-nose tweezers;
- the adhesive bonding the decal film to the backing paper is designed for our pre-cut decals, and does not allow decals to simply float-off when placed in water;
Thus, the normal advice we provide for applying our decals is:
- place the section of decal media in water for a slow count of 5;
- remove from water and shake to remove any excess water;
- using a pair of fine-nose tweezers, pick the edge of a decal – where we have pre-cut the decal film – to gently lift the decal from the backing media
(our decals do *not* float or slide off … unless you leave them in water for a _long_ time);
- with a little water on the receiving surface, position the decals as required.
Add more water if further movement is required
(some people prefer to use decal setting solution instead of water.
(we have generally found either/both techniques to be useful);
- once positioned, use the edge / corner of a tissue to wick away any excess water;
- apply decal setting solution and leave for 1 – 5 minutes;
- We often recommend “Mr Mark Softer”, although Tamiya’s “Mark Fix” is generally equally effective.
- MicroScale’s Micro Sol was less effective with our older decal film and, depending upon where you are located, can be more expensive than the alternatives.
- We have found that some decal setting solutions are quite ineffective, as they are more appropriately formulated for alternative decal films;
- once a decal has had time to react to the decal setting solution, do -not- attempt to move or re-position it!
- allow the decal setting solution some time to react with the decal film;
- again use the edge / corner of a tissue to wick away any excess solution;
- use a balled-up tissue to gently but firmly press the decal onto the surface to both remove air bubbles and to promote conformance to a non-flat surface
- allow to dry, then apply a suitable clear-coat.
You will find our decals offer considerable resistance to damage, but are generally _very_ conformable when correctly treated with decal setting solution, such that ‘silvering’ is not normally an issue.
Because we use solvent inks printed onto a urethane-base decal film, most commercial clear-coat solutions are suitable for finishing our decals.
The only solutions that we have found that are *guaranteed* to damage our decals are solvent-based solutions.
NOTE: Please do not hesitate to contact us immediately should you have any questions regarding the above, or for any issues experienced with our decals or services.