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How to create military decals?

April 11 2008 at 11:50 AM
rva1945  (Login rva1945)
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I need to paint KFOR leters in my 1:35 MAN 5 ton. You know, they apply paint over the template and the letters are printed over the body. Those decals are hard to get here. Is it possible to download/create those fonts, in order to print them?

Then I could cut the letters with a sharp knife, position it in place and spray white (or whatever color) over the paper with the airbrush, as in the real thing.


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Jason Bobrowich
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KFOR Markings

April 12 2008, 4:15 AM 

Eduard made a 1/35 KFOR paint mask...XT017....you should try and get a set....it would save you a bunch of work.

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Glen Phelan
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April 13 2008, 10:04 AM 

Hi Robert,

One thing I remember from KFOR was how roughly painted a lot of the KFOR stencils were applied, especially in the early trips out there! I will try dig up some photos for you!



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