Cat Quimy Pony: hey guys, I want to add some ball joins to a plastic doll I already have, the problem is that I don't exactly know how to cut adn then atach the peaces, also the plastic is kinda thi ...any advice you could give me?... Also, is that clay airdry?
sonu singh: should we sand it
PurpleTea Rose: Awesome video! But there is one problem in your name: kaffee is german for coffee not kafae
Ana's teatime lolita Alice: Did you complete the doll? how do you make the joints and make it move?
ayla sevim: Kafae Latte is the clay hard like rock or hard like action figure plastic?
アイスリンゴ: just a suggestion, use a knife for cutting extra clay, its easier and more accurate
amirah taylor: FOR THE SWARM!
Missus .Cupcake: 1) your videos are awesome 2) nice starcraft refs ya nerd <3
FroggyCrush: Пузатый :D
Aiden Thornguard: No not yet. I need to get back into this project. Don't be afraid of failing! I messed up my first attempt at a BJD... I loved the sculpt I had... but sadly it cracked because I used Crayola clay (DON'T USE IT!).
The hands and feet are basically just little sculptures of.. hands and feet. Make sure to stick in an S hook before the clay dries so they can latch onto the strings that go through the arms, legs and body. :)
Jumana Hayattie: Have you made the hands and legs yet?! If yes please tell me if its hard or ease i wanna try this so bad but im kinda afraid to fail
Durelle Brown: I have really enjoyed this video.. but you have left us dangleing.. are you working on the next part for us!!!...
XionSolitude: lol my boyfriend sculpts war hammer figures and i'm sculpting BJD's! strange that we're all out there in similar couple styles... nice to know too
VocaAlchemistKai: OMG I love the beginning song trick and treat from rin and Len kagamine
FetusSlice: Do u think someone under 15 could make one of these?
AnxiousTick: Bah ha ha Husky.
Gira Doll: hey, try and use a cuticle trimmer for scraping finer details so you don't have to keep chopping :P!
soggy mini wheat: Part 4? :(
Sassy'sAdventures: Hi! im also makeing a bjd but I have a question: how do you make the ball joints? im seearching everywhere but can't find anything :( I hope you can help me. thnx
Aiden Thornguard: I actually cut them down and leave them in. I will cast this later so it leaves the inside as a smooth consistent shape. If I had to though, I could squeeze them inward till they popped off and pulled them out.
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