Hybrid + Decal = Hybrical
See Delpi Decal's Hybrical how-to video here.
More pictures and instructions for applying Hybrical are available on their website here.
It's available both dry transfer and wet transfer. It's printed on opaque film. Thickness/Stength is between dry decal and water decal. Of course, you can using a topcoat, but avoid using industrial thinners or Kungs' multi-thinners. (Mild-thinner possible).
You can apply a small amount of water before attaching all hybrids. Small decals such as cautions are allowed to skip water. We recommend that you apply a drop of water over a certain size in advance. Please selectively use it according to size. If you are going to work carefully, I recommend you to use water in all sizes.
The good: The print quality is spectacular, everything looks crisp and they look great. Even the backing feels like a premium product. It is clear that a lot of care and thought into the product. No silvering once it's properly set.
The bad: Still needs a lot of work in terms of usability. They aren't as easy to use as a water slide and they aren't as seamless as a dry transfer (though, a clear coat will help). It is tricky to remove from the backing material due without damaging the decal. Even on a wet surface, they tend to stick on the underlying surface and once it's set it's much more difficult to do fine tuning adjustments like a water slide.
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