Luckily, there's quite a precedent for making these hand-studded Daft Punk jackets, so I was able to find a template online for the pattern. I used an awl to poke a hole through all the points on the printed pattern.
Thus, I was able to tape the pattern onto the back of my jacket and use a lot of pressure with a silver paint sharpie to essentially "transfer" the points onto the jacket in a semi-permanent manner.
The pieces for the gloves were molded out of paperclay, based on a pattern I found online. I made sure to label all the segments so I could keep them straight. I also made sure to take into consideration the fact that paperclay shrinks as it dries, so I molded all the segments to my fingers and then pushed them open slightly.
Then, I covered the segments in Bondo spot putty and sanded them until they were smooth.