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How to make decals (and put them on clones) . Hey everyone this is my MOC on how to make custom clone (like the one in the pic above). These are step by step instructions. In this MOC i will be making commander wolfee. Please rate and comment on how easy or hard they were to follow. . You will need a sharp knife.(not scissors as they are not precise enough.) A clone to put the decals on. You can use plain bodys if you have them but you will need a clone helmet. Label paper. This is the cheap stuff you can buy at office works. A close up. A cutting board. The decals. I just search in google images whatever decal I want like 501st trooper decals. Then copy it to a word doc or something similar. This is commander wolfee decals. you will then need to print them onto the label paper. Try and get them to the edge and not in the slits in the label paper. You may need to have a few test trys to get the sizing right. I have also printed off commander Bly's decals too. Now get your clone. Carefully use your blade and cut around the decals on the label paper and stick them on like so. Then the legs and arms. For the helmet i cut around the black visor and stick them on. Now you have a commander wolfee! Just give him some accesories and your done! Thanks for watching and please rate and comment!


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