WTP-830 Lost Soulz

(10 customer reviews)


Lost Soulz™ is a masterfully designed skull Water Transfer Printing film that was created by our resident artists here at TWN. The design features drifting skulls that dissipate into a background of gray haze. The film is transparent, feel free to experiment with different base coat color options. The film looks haunting on motorcycle parts, rifles, and more.

SKU: WTP830 Category: Tags: ,


Lost Soulz™ will satisfy even the darkest WTP warrior in TWN’s ever-growing legion of processors. Our resident artists created this design by painstakingly sketching a three-dimensional model of the skull. The design started with a talented artist, a computer, a solid cube in a 3D program, and a lot of ambition. By designing the pattern from scratch and modeling the skulls in three-dimensional space, the pattern features an incredible amount of depth and personality. Join the dark side with Lost Soulz™.

Base Coat: Customer Preference
Top Coat: Customer Preference
Activator: NJM2010SPC
Temperature: 32° – 33° C
Film Width: 100cm

10 reviews for WTP-830 Lost Soulz

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  1. I used this as stripes on my motorcycle and have been getting tons of compliments. I love the design. I still have plenty of it left to play with the base coat colors to achieve different effects.

  2. NIce film easy to work with

    • Hi Dan! Thanks for your review. We are glad you liked using our Lost Soulz hydro dip film! :)

  3. Looks very realistic. Great quality film .

    • Hi Tomasz! Thanks for your review. We are happy that you like using our Lost Soulz skull hydrographic film! :)

  4. I haven’t had chance to use it yet but fast shipping and detail is second to none.

    • Hi David! Thank you for taking the time to review this product. We are happy that you are satisfied with the fast shipping and film quality. We can’t wait for you to try it out! :)

  5. Everyone’s gotta have it. But I do have to say you need to work on your shipping prices.

    • Hi Kalani, thank you for your honest review. UPS can get expensive when shipping chemicals, especially to Oregon! Try using USPS Priority Mail when you order film only to save on shipping!

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