One way to dress up any basic rocket is with paper wraps. I use them for Command Service Modules on the Estes Saturn kits that are my "flyers". Other kits like the Dr. Zooch kits were perfect for making realistic semi-scale rockets that fly really well.
The one problem I have with paper wraps is the printing doesn't go all the way through the paper. If you have seam on a dark background, you might end up with a white paper line on the print.
To avoid this, one day at the bench, I took a break and snuck into my wife's scrapbooking stash and grabbed a black acid free marker and "edged" the paper wrap. It instantly disappeared against the dark background. The "acid free" is important so it won't bleed over time and stain the rest of the paper wrap. Avoid using a regular "Sharpie" as they can bleed through the paper. Sharpie does make an acid-free version, you just have to look out for it. I've upped my game a little by using the appropriate color when called for on the design. However, you can't go wrong with basic black. It tends to fade away into the rest of the design.
Here is an example of a marker from Amazon.
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