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This technique is safer because it does not require you to sculpt the neck. Everything is hidden inside the collar so you don't have to be too precise and there's less chance to go wrong.

If dust accumulates inside the peg hole you can remove it with a damp cotton swab. The dust will stick to it.

This is just a guide, I'm not responsible if you break or damage anything.

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Milo03Hace 7 meses#72364461Thank you for these explanations. If I understood correctly, Alter made a softer plastic in Jeanne's collar. And when you reach hard plastic, you stop. I wonder why there are two types of plastic. Also, while digging, the paint remains black? Don't you have to repaint the inside of the collar, please? ^^

I'm not exactly sure, but I guess the softer plastic is here to prevent breaking or scratches.
The black plastic seems to have been dyed that way so it will remain black, and no need to repaint anything since unless you somehow accidentally scratched something on the outside of the collar, everything will be hidden inside.
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Thank you for these explanations. If I understood correctly, Alter made a softer plastic in Jeanne's collar. And when you reach hard plastic, you stop. I wonder why there are two types of plastic. Also, while digging, the paint remains black? Don't you have to repaint the inside of the collar, please? ^^
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KlonHace 7 meses#72217161Honestly I have the deepest respect from all you people modifying their figures in such a professional way.
My skills end with painting over tiny painting flaws with a waterproof pen. And even for such easy tasks I panic and get shaky hands.
But It's already time for good resolutions for the New Year. By the end of 2020 I want to be able to follow your tutorial and correct Alters mistake with the lenght of the neck. I guess I should order a couple of these JAlter figures or better collect experience with some cheaper Figmas or Prize figures first.


I'd definitely recommend modifying some prize figures, or if you can afford the money and time, trying your hand at assembling some garage kits. It will give you a lot of experience and confidence when touching up prepainted figures. Plus it's a great hobby and you'll have a lot more figures to choose from.

Good luck!
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Klon Solo Rei basta!
Honestly I have the deepest respect from all you people modifying their figures in such a professional way.
My skills end with painting over tiny painting flaws with a waterproof pen. And even for such easy tasks I panic and get shaky hands.

But It's already time for good resolutions for the New Year. By the end of 2020 I want to be able to follow your tutorial and correct Alters mistake with the lenght of the neck. I guess I should order a couple of these JAlter figures or better collect experience with some cheaper Figmas or Prize figures first.
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Import from Japan

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