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You spelled it wrong. :geek:

The H on the tower looks a hair low, but barely noticeable.
It takes practice, especially in N.
Dylan's looks great. (y)
 

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I stand corrected.
I was only kidding about the spelling. :geek:
That is one thing nice about dry transfers, you can just erase them and try again.
I wouldn't worry about the h, it looks fine.
 

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A curved surface would be tricky. If you did not seal/dullcote then masking tape will pull the letters off. Super tacky tape will pull them off even if you did seal them. I actually use blue painters masking tape as a leveling guide akin to lined paper, and for lateral spacing I use the next letter over on the sheet as an approximate gauge. Works pretty well for me.
 

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The tower actually has straight lines in it where the metal plates are. It's got good detail. I'm just inept at holding the decal straight I guess. Here's the redo.
Plant Botany Sky Grass Sculpture

That's gonna have to do, I'm outta H's! (In that size anyway...)
 

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Your Dry Rub decals look good by me :) I’ve been to chicken to use em yet:rolleyes:
 
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