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Block House 

 

This blockhouse was built from paper printed with stone block and roof papers from Evens Designs

 

 

Printed Stone Walls 

   

  More simulated wall papers

 from Evens Designs

     

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A larger view of a typical decal sheet a bit larger than true size

     

  

 

 

   

  

      

 

        

   RESOURCES

 

Use your browser with the search terms of [decal paper] or [“water slide decals”]

To find the sources listed below and several others.

 

 

BelDecal.com - a wide variety of thick and thin-film papers for projects ranging from ceramic surfaces to be fired to inkjet and laser papers for hobby use.  Also candle, soap, wood, wood, tattoo, magnetic and rub-on transfer papers in quantities from 10 to 1000 sheets

 

DecalPaper.com  - Another source of a wide variety of papers in quantities from 5 to 50 sheets

 

Evans Designs – Software and complete line of supplies to generate signs, windows, wall textures, etc. and related papers.  A great place to go for paper samples and ideas. 

 

Great Decals – Decal suppliers. Links to several vendors for conventional decals, dry transfers, supplies and information

 

Griffin Decals – Authentic decals extracted directly from builder’s photographs 1880-1930.  Photographs, generic and custom sets available. These decals are a bit pricy but they are authentic.    Site hosted by Great Decals.

 

HYAZ / Papilio - Manufacturer of full line of inkjet and laser decals including rub-on, foil, vinyl and types too numerous to list here.  This site is a good place to go to see what is available for various papers and get ideas for what you can do with your printer.  On-line purchasing is available but it is through Papilio, a third-party supplier.

 

Micro-Mark – Well known suppliers of small tools for model making including a full line of kits, refills and supplies for laser and inkjet decals.  Kits are designed for the do-it-yourself modeler who wants to make his own decals.  Kits available for both inkjet and laser printers

 

Microscale Decals – thin-film Decal sets for modern equipment.  Also does custom work from scratch or camera ready.  Resident Artist for custom designs

 

Papilio Inkjet Media -  Retail outlet for HYAZ papers and expands offerings to various fixatives and accessories for decal work

 

Rail Fonts.Com – Fonts and type faces specifically designed for railroad lettering.  Also various images using one image in place of each letter.  Well worth looking into when designing decals, passes or other railroad related items.

 

Rail Graphics (note new URL) – Large assortment of generic and basic decals for wide variety of car styles.  Also does custom work from scratch or camera ready.

 

Railroad Paint Shop – Source for paint schemes (prototype and imaginary) for engines and equipment. Schematics also great for detailing equipment.  They can help you design custom decals for a price and advise you on how to lay out a decal sheet.

 

Rings ‘N Things – All sizes of small plastic bags to store cut and uncut decals as well as small parts, dry color, and any number of other things.  You can also find all sorts of little goodies you wouldn’t think of including small tools, Beads used for spacers on electrical components or power lines on layouts, elastic chord for power lines.

 

 

   

 

   

   

   

 

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Last update   7/25/2012