If you want to go and do it yourself, it's actually fairly simple. I use a gloss lacquer spray, three coats. If you print on some nice paper talk to the Kinko's folks.
Use Brasso a multi-purpose metal polish and a clean rag to remove existing print from any pieces that need to be printed on, if blank parts weren't available. The source material is copyright by the respective authors as noted above.
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Not much, but enough that white decal paper will show some minor crackling where you cut it. You might select an alternate design that is more common, or replace a blank part with a printed part and then remove the printing with Brasso.
Rand al'Thor book 1: If it is left out before printing, it tends to curl when applied. Below that, the bottom of the page has tables of additional image files for many other custom minifigures. Guides for specific minifigures Rand al'Thor book 1: Now you can use Brasso a multi-purpose metal polish and a clean rag to remove the printing.Tutorial #1 - Waterslide Decals
If you want to see examples of my minifigures, here is my brickshelf folder: Also, don't knock stickers. Mat Cauthon with Foxhead: These files are sized for 600 dpi. They are worth mentioning though.
Step 2: A cheaper option is to use waterslide decals.