LuxorV

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  1. Hi Double_D, and welcome to Eurobricks and the Minifig Customisation Workshop. Though I cannot help you with your question, as I never painted LEGO parts myself, I thought I could be of use by slightly editing your topic title to make it more clear right from the start what your question concerns. I'm sure some of our members will be able to answer your questions, and I wish you good luck with your project.
  2. That's not a pictures-per-post limit. The EB forum is not a photo-hosting site, so the total attachments' space is very limited (intended to be used for an avatar pic only). You'll have to use one of the free photo-hosting sites out there (like Flickrs, Brickshelf, MOCpages, ...) to store your pictures, and then deeplink them here.
  3. I just got a Manatee D package, too. Thanks a lot, CopMike!
  4. Please refer to the Decal Wish List thread in the Minifig Customisation Workshop Forum for decal/sticker designs' requests. I'll close this thread now.
  5. We also have a Templates Index along with lots of theme indices, tutorials and other resources in our very own MCW Index Thread.
  6. This kind of topic is better suited for the Minifig Customisation Workshop, where similar purist and non-purist threads already exist for other themes. Moving now.
  7. I think this info may interest some of you, as I encountered a defective part in my copy of the set 76077 Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes: 76077Misprint_001 by LuxorV, su Flickr 76077Misprint_002 by LuxorV, su Flickr As you see, the print is off center. As I contacted customer service for a replacement, I noticed the piece is not available at the moment, so I'm wondering if it is because some customers requested it from Bricks & Pieces to have spare ones, or if it's a common issue with this part. Nonetheless, I suppose I'll be able to use the defective one in a MOC someday for a WIP Iron Man project by Tony or something.
  8. I am the moderator in this section of the forums, but other moderators have global powers, too. May I ask you to stay on topic and use the PM system or the search function to address such matters? Thank you.
  9. Since the OP has not been active on EB for quite a long time now, I'll try to answer in his place. The measures given in the chart in the second post in this page are intended for a single head. You'll need to cut or otherwise "extract" the faces you want to print from the sheets. Or, you can follow these size indications, which would apply to a complete sheet of face decals.
  10. Being a specific question, it deserved a topic of its own, which I created by splitting it from the Decal Wish List one.
  11. As this is not a decal request, but a technical question, I've split the topic from the Decal Wish List.
  12. It's not a head, just this helmet from Space Police III Slizer put on backwards.
  13. Please, do not revive a 1&1/2 year old topic just to post generic appreciation. Thank you.
  14. Please, do not use the MCW as an easy way to circumvent the post count limit of the Buy, Sell, Trade and Finds section. I'm closing this now.
  15. You should cut on the inside margin of the line. I'm glad I could help you with this project. I used Photoshop CS2 (the only image manipulation software I have on my notebook at the moment) to replace the background colour with pure white (which most printers do not actually print, assuming that will be the paper's colour), but I'm sure there are others around, even freeware which can do the trick.