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Custom Trackmaster YouTube Channel
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Many of us have seen some neat Custom trains for sale on Ebay and wondered how they were done. Here is the YouTube Channel for that seller Custom Trackmaster. There are also Tutorials on gear and motor repairs. A very nice and informative Channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjgiP5S...D9g/videos
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I got a Freddie from him, a Trackmaster 2009 model.
Making Customs, Filming Videos and looking for the purest engines. That's how I roll here on Blue Plastic Tracks.

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Thats quite a collection of custom stickers and I assume quite a bit of time creating them. Wonder what kind of full sheet adhesive paper and what software program he used. From the orange peel sheen it looks like he may have protected the finish with a clear coat from a spray can.

"Stickers" "Decals" Trackmaster replacements and custom Thomas & friends


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Super, I scanned the faces and some coaches to get the same effect more or less.  

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Sadly they are not adjusted to trackmaster 2 rolling stocks except for the coaches.  

You can get the paper sticker from your local business supply store.  You will need to know what type of printer you have.  Laser jet printers and desk jet printers use different types of paper stickers.  [/font]
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My Trackmaster/Tomy/Plarail Photo Gallery Page (over 600+ photos and still under construction)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/183311600@N03/
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I agree Leyland. I have made many stickers with Avery Labels as I have tons of different sizes here at the 'Super Dome' (my house). What attracts me to photo quality sticker paper is its ability to have much sharper, photo quality graphics on adhesive backed paper. Add to that the ability to have different size stickers on one 8.5" x 11" sheet and you caught my attention.  I have Epson's Photo quality self adhesive full sheet paper but I don't think the quality is up to actual photo paper. I have also used regular photo paper (non-stick) that you would do to print out your family photos and added a glue to the back but that paper is very thick and stands proud of the object you glue it too.
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