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    Rajke (9 meses atrás) #37365054Is it possible to link this blog to the DIY nation? BLOG #40318
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    Rajke Ca fanatic
    Is it possible to link this blog to the DIY nation? BLOG #40318
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    New to this site in general but joining this club cause custom figures is something I want to do, I'm currently trying to make two, a Yuuki Terumi from a Nendo Petit and Azrael from a full sized Nendoroid of a chick I don't know, as a gift for my boyfriend, if they turn out good I'll probably do it for more people and I'll share the results if anyone is interested. Oh also thinking of making a custom arm for my Ragna Nendo Petit that's his claw from his attacks.
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    redshoot (10 meses atrás) #35101567Done ~
    Thanks :D
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    Rajke (10 meses atrás) #35099165Is it possible to link this blog to the DIY nation? BLOG #39537
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    Rajke Ca fanatic
    Is it possible to link this blog to the DIY nation? BLOG #39537
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    Grape (1 ano atrás) #31687706Wow!! So affordable too!! ;o; Thanks so much!

    Of course! Good luck!!
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    Robotpizzaparty (1 ano atrás) #31658405Hi! I would recommend using InstaMorph (www.amazon.com/...) While I've never tried using it for figures, I use this stuff all the time for making accessories for cosplay. It will give you a much more professional look as compared to using sculpey. And if you mess up, you can just heat it up again!

    Wow!! So affordable too!! ;o; Thanks so much!
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    Grape (1 ano atrás) #31417540Hello!!~ There are a lot of lovely tutorials here on how to mod figures or repaint them, but does anyone know what I should use to mold completely new parts/accessories for figures?? Need to mold myself a little ribbon for a figurine ;u;

    Hi! I would recommend using InstaMorph (www.amazon.com/...) While I've never tried using it for figures, I use this stuff all the time for making accessories for cosplay. It will give you a much more professional look as compared to using sculpey. And if you mess up, you can just heat it up again!
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    Hello!!~ There are a lot of lovely tutorials here on how to mod figures or repaint them, but does anyone know what I should use to mold completely new parts/accessories for figures?? Need to mold myself a little ribbon for a figurine ;u;
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