Well, if you look at the pic above, you know that it might happen to our Nendoroid if they fell off from a certain height and hit their head. No worries! Mikatan has just posted an in-depth guide about how to fix the scuffed paint on Nendoroid in her latest DIY Figure Repair article series. Apparently, some tools are neccessary to follow the guide, i.e: masking tape, enamel solvent, enamel paints, top coat, brush, and dishes. In any case, simply visit Mikatan’s blog for further details about the guide.
So … have you ever had this kind of “scars” on your Nendoroid? How did you repair them? ^^
Note: The guide might serve as a basic guide on Nendoroid re-painting as well – what do you think? ^^
Via Mikatan’s blog
I got figure with a scratch and it was very small so I left it ….lol she has battle damage
i adopted a used nendoroid cuz i wanted to fix her up and give her a happy new home so thisll help quite abit ^^
I wanna fix the scuffed paint in my nendo’s hair too, but I am not so brave to do it… ^^v…
now she still has the scuffed paint which sometimes can be camouflaged as some kind of highlight or variation of light in the hair ^^v
Still confused what should I do…
It’s Miku HMO, and it got the scuffed paint because it’s so hard to get her stand/in the position I want and— she fell T^T
My Question is,, where i can get that material? Like a Paint, ETC?