sasazuka - 2013-12-04 Oh, I see, that's pretty neat, getting a vinyl wrap effect on auto parts where vinyl wraps can not be practically-applied.
From the title, I thought it was going to be something to do with printing out those water decals that you apply on model cars which look better than just regular stickers but which are a damn pain in the butt to actually apply straight without wrinkling or breaking.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-12-04 Yeah, I've seen this before (maybe not on here, can't find the video) where they used it on a guitar, I think. In any case, it had someone putting their hand in this stuff to show how it molded itself to contours and what have you.
And I eventually mastered those model decals except for when they used them for pinstriping. Those were impossible to apply without at least three major tears.
chumbucket - 2013-12-04 That tag. Makes me wonder if it will actually transfer to skin at all.
jreid - 2013-12-04 You get wood grain and go with pine?! What the hell is wrong with people.
memedumpster - 2013-12-04 Now anything can look like a Trapper Keeper! This is cool. Can things be double dipped for multitexture and bumpmapping?
Meerkat - 2013-12-04 You just have to be careful about culling the back facing polygons.