See image below. I'm painting a Pokemon themed rocket. Where I am is the image on the left. Where I want to be is the image on the right (only with a centered white dot). My general go-to method for creating templates is to put masking tape on a window, draw them on the tape (or tape on a printout), cut them out of the tape, then use that as a template. That got me close, but I need to get that centered white dot. Trying to cut a circle AND get it centered perfectly is... challenging. So I had a new idea. 1. Print exactly the circle I need on a piece of paper. 2. On the other side of the paper, paint with the same primer and lacquer I used for the white part of the rocket. 3. Cut the circle out (using an x-acto or sharp scissors) 4. Carefully, using a thin glue with a forgiving setup time, glue the paper to the rocket 5. Cover everything with clearcoat. Would it work? Is there a much simpler idea?