that's amazing! i've heard about this process but never really saw the results... could you possibly post a step by step tutorial to familiarize us with the process?
1. Cut out your picture. Everything I've tried (laser printer ink, magazine photos, etc.) works, except for ink jet ink! The ink doesn't hold from ink jets. Then use a brush to coat it with omnigel--do 3 layers. You brush it on vertically, then let it dry a few minutes. Put on another diagonal coat, let it dry a few minutes. Put on another diagonal coat going the other way with your strokes. Let it dry for at least an hour.
It will look like this:
2. Let it soak in a shallow tray of water for 10-15 minutes.
3. Pull it out and put it on wax paper on a hard surface and turn it face down. Carefully roll off the paper with your fingers. If it gets too dry, spritz with more water.
That's it--it's ready to be glued onto almost surface! It's semi-transparent and flexible. It's okay if it tears--when you glue it on, you won't be able to tell! But if you notice it tearing, maybe put the glue on thicker next time!