DS skin

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by myclock, Sep 2, 2007.

Sep 2, 2007

DS skin by myclock at 2:05 AM (615 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. myclock
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    Hey guys i wanted to make a skin for my DS so i could stick on it. i know that decalgirl makes them but is there any other place that can custom make it for you or where i could get the material?

    thanks.
     
  2. 4saken

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    I don't think so; decals are some kind of a niche market for the DS. The material would just be some kind of stretchy acrylic, you should be able to find it at a large arts and crafts store.

    EDIT: Actually you're better off getting a custom decal from DecalGirl. You probably won't be able to buy plastic and print images at the same quality which DecalGirl offers
     
  3. myclock
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    thanks for that. at decal girl they print only the top and insides, whereas i was hoping for a top and bottom. oh well ill email them and see how it goes.
    its like $25AUD for their skins which is a bit expensive for me [​IMG]
     
  4. qwertyasdf

    Newcomer qwertyasdf Advanced Member

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    Try http://www.emveegaming.com

    They have a few designs from Mario, to Nintendogs, to Pokemon, and more. Their skins are also 4 pieces, Top, Button, Inside upper, and Inside Lower. They charge only $7.99 so it's a lot cheaper than decalgirl.
     
  5. Psyfira

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    They don't print bottom because, well, covering up your serial number and battery hatch probably isn't a fantastic idea...
     

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