iPartially Peeled off Eye Decals (Solved sort off)n/a

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010 days agoDevastator001Devastator001
DonkeyBlonkey (10 days ago) #23608094It varies. I know Nendos it's confirmed their eyes are stamped on with layers of paint.
For plasticizer sweating, I'd recommend just getting a fine soft brush with warm water + soap, cleaning for up to 7 minutes then drying, then applying a matte or gloss coat to seal it.


Thanks for the Advice I'll try that next time they start seating again :D
010 days agoDonkeyBlonkeyDonkeyBlonkey
Devastator001 (10 days ago) #23607693ya agree on that prolly should have soaked her in a more 10 to 1 ratio if I was planning to brush off accumulted dust. I only resort to long soaking if the dust doesn't immediately wash off with regular soapy water.
Although on a more positive note it's a nice confirmation of a long standing theory/suspicion that I have over figure eyes that they use decals for mass produced eyes on figures.
It varies. I know Nendos it's confirmed their eyes are stamped on with layers of paint.

For plasticizer sweating, I'd recommend just getting a fine soft brush with warm water + soap, cleaning for up to 7 minutes then drying, then applying a matte or gloss coat to seal it.
010 days agoDevastator001Devastator001
DonkeyBlonkey (11 days ago) #23578321One thing I learned in plamodeling is never soak things in any stripping agent for long periods of time unless you're planning on stripping the paint entirely

ya agree on that prolly should have soaked her in a more 10 to 1 ratio if I was planning to brush off accumulted dust. I only resort to long soaking if the dust doesn't immediately wash off with regular soapy water.

Although on a more positive note it's a nice confirmation of a long standing theory/suspicion that I have over figure eyes that they use decals for mass produced eyes on figures.
011 days agoDonkeyBlonkeyDonkeyBlonkey
One thing I learned in plamodeling is never soak things in any stripping agent for long periods of time unless you're planning on stripping the paint entirely
011 days agoXRaptor7XRaptor7
That's actually a pretty ingenious fix...
Sorry to hear about the damage though.