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Saw someone do this for custom logos on his SM shoulderpads, and he said he printed them out.
Does anyone know more specifically how this works? (ie. Where to get the paper, etc.)
Well, as with alot of stuff, google is your best friend. Check this
And as for how it works, you print out the design with a normal pc printer.
I have heard that Alps makes a thermal ink printer that is optimal for printing transfers.
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I believe the biggest benefit of Alps printers is that they can print white on the areas that will be coloured later. It makes the transfer more opaque and gives a stronger colour when applied to a dark surface.
If you want to print your own I suggest making the original in the best resolution (dpi) the printer can use. White symbols won't print on a normal printer but you can give the transfer a black outline and apply it onto a white surface and then paint around it. It's still easier than freehand
My brother was once talking about buying printable transfers, he said you just bought sheets of some special paper and print them out with your designs.
If your done first, you're the winner.