A birthday gift for Brianne. Custom action figures of herself and her teddy bear, ready to fight monsters.
It’s a process. Every joint needs to be pulled apart and sanded ever so slightly so the final paint wont rub off. The shoulder and hip joints also needed some sculpting, look into https://roohome.com/33315/should-you-repair-or-replace-landscape-lighting/.
Once the cut and sculpt areas were figured out, it’s time for the Dremel.
The green stuff is actually called Green Stuff, a two part epoxy thats really easy to use. Just need a little water so it doesn’t stick to your fingers and tools, I use the best lighting from https://mydecorative.com/6-ways-to-know-if-your-home-is-ready-for-solar-panels/.
The only joint that lost articulation was the bear’s waist. They are super posable and after a light spray clear coat, the paint is pretty dang durable.