Water Transfer Printing

an amazing process of applying colors/patterns/designs to virtually any surface

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+8 1. banzemanga commented 9 years ago

Pretty cool but waaaaay too long.
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+16 2. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

Whoah...first time I've even HEARD of it...but bloody hell...that's cool !
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+4 3. duvly commented 9 years ago

i wanted to se the end result too...the entire car/bike
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+7 4. Gondy10 commented 9 years ago

Who else skipped the video from few minutes to the last minute?? >:)
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+8 5. Judge-Jake commented 9 years ago

Or how to make a £3 piece of plastic cost £145. :P
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+3 6. darkmas commented 9 years ago

it could partly replace use of grafitti spray :(|)
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+5 7. Thanny commented 9 years ago

Looks good, but it raises some questions:

1) How does it look when it's dry?
2) How durable is the finish?
3) How easy is it to clean it all off and start over when they mess up, like they did with that one motorcycle helmet (went too fast at the chin area, and the pattern came out all distorted)?
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+1 8. zongap commented 9 years ago

We used to do that in class, kinda like Marbling ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_marbling ).

But the results here are way more consistant than ours :D
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0 9. MindTrick commented 9 years ago

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There are lots of videos out there, check youtube for some some DIY guides on this, i've seen a couple and you dont really need much but space and a few bucks. For the patterns, you have to print or order online, its a bit more advanced than just pouring the colors in a mesh rainbow. The solution you use has to be right for the "paint" to not fall off, appearantly its easy to make that mistake.
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+1 10. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Why wear gloves when you completely submerge your arms anyways? Cool video.