Let's show you how I did it.
Firstly the new Forge world transfers feel very thin compares to the old ones, which can only be a good thing. The older ones were a bit harder to use Micro Sol and Micro set with.
Firstly I chose the banner I wanted. In this case I chose this one with the big Iron Warrior helmet. I like this one but I was torn between two. Now I'm very tempted to buy more of the banner bearers so that I can use all of them.
Firstly we cut it out with the scalpel. At this point ensure you scalpel blade is very very sharp.
Rest the cut out square onto a piece of kitchen towel which has been wet through so that it absorbs some of the moisture but does not wash away the adhesiveness.
We want to cover flag surface in micro sol this will allow us to contort and shape the transfer at the next stage to the banner itself.
Slide the transfer into place ensuring that you get the top part in line with the top of the top of the fabric and at the bottom parts is dead centre at the point in this case.
Ensure that the top and bottom middle is a touching the centre of the flag as this is the place we will be pushing out from.
Using a wet Q-Tip you want to slowly push out from the centre so you are laying it down as every now and again you want to add a bit of Micro sol to it to soften the transfer and when it is fully pushed down you want to add more Micro sol and give it a few minutes to soak in
We then use the Q-Tip to push out the air bubbles and push the banner into the recesses of their creases at the top of the banner.
We then force the banner transfer into the corners around the banner trim so that the connection is sharp and precise
We then take our very sharp scalpel and cut into where is the trim meets in the recess at the bottom of the banner.
We careful cut up the along the sides following the recessed trim.
This is why I have very sharp scalpel is very important at this stage.
When the whole trim has been cut to shape, you flip the model over and look through to where the banner would be overlapping over to the black back. We then flip the model front and back cutting as we go until we are very happy with how it can bend over the top to the rear of the banner.
We then add more Micro sol and let it soak in and once again push further down into the recesses.
By this point hopefully we should have no bubbles or creases. We then apply micro set to the surface to shape and contort it better to the shape of the flag.
Enjoy because all is done.