All you need is exactly what you have, except Mr Mark Softer, And Mr Mark Setter. The metallic foil decals will have ZERO glue on them, so you need at least Mr Setter. You dont need no fancy scissor or knife..you just lay out a few part, cut out that "group" of decals your going to do, dip the decal in water completly for 2 seconds, and then lay out a papertowel, turn the decal 90deg and run off all excess water on the paper towel, and then lay it decal side up for about 10-30 seconds depending on size. During that time you brush the spot with Mr Mark setter (or softer if its a tight turn or something that can fold a decal). Now your decal will move, the whole group is ready, the "milky" look on the decal sheet if any, is adhesive, it will go clear. Then you just use your toothpick, or my fav, an angle cut Q tip point, drag the decal, position, roll with q tip, aaand move to next. I can decal up one of these in an hour or two. The most critical part, is sealing it. I highly recommend using Future, or your fav clear acrylic top coat. I use future for ALL my gloss top coats, and any Canopies or windows, always gets dipped in future...if your curiopus why, just youtube "using future on model canopies" and you will be BLOWN away. Ive dipped a few transformers parts and it looks like real glass. Any ways..You can brush on the future, I airbrush it, but it self leveling and it actualy DOES that. You can brush it on, and you dont see strokes. Did you see the new MS generals? One has a tiger, and the other has a weapon forge.