That is going to be one very big problem.
Also the decals when applying them are very stretchy
I think the decals won't notice when the car is applied to the dio but I would like to know where I'm going wrong.
If I were to guess I would say that it's the wrong decal paper for your printer. I'd imagine you have an inkjet printer at home and that the decal paper is for a laser printer that uses toner instead of wet ink. If you're using an inkjet printer you must use inkjet compatible decal paper as it will absorb the ink and not pool up on the surface as you've experienced.
That's what I immediately thought when I first saw the issue anyway. I use laser printer decal sheets in laser printers and have used inkjet sheets in inkjet printers and I've never experienced any problems like you've described.
I wanted to show the scrapes and scratches on the bed of the van so I thought I would use the same method I used for the dent on the Honda tank and the dent in the fender of the traction avant.
I covered the floor pan with foil.
Sprayed it with the body colour then stained and scratched through to the foil.
I've started scruffying up the body.
Tried the floor pan in the body to see the effect
I may go further with the wear and tear on the transit, a few dents or maybe more rust but I'm happy with where it's going at the moment.
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