Brickshelf isn't working so I'll just describe it. Take a transparent part that can be printed on. like a trans neon green mini figure head. apply the print with the green goop dripping all down it, which has actually been printed on that color.
It won't look like opaque print on a transparent piece of plastic. the transparency is applied to the print as well as the part.
Prints on transparent surfaces should be opaque.
Can we ask for a bit of slack in hero factory parts collision detection? Taking the current example of set 6200, a little bit of play and overlap is crucial - It's impossible to build that cannon arm, at least if you want to be able to rotate it out of one fixed position that you took forever to wiggle into.
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Edited by SpiderSpaceman, 31 January 2012 - 04:10 AM.