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Aye, they're rather easy to customize if you stick to the faceplate only.skinstealer @ Aug 17 2014, 06:11 PM wrote:are the p's easy to customize? i may have to invest in one....
also wondering; what kind of patterns should i do on the tamagotchis i posted? im not sure what to try...
First of all: sorry about the late reply.ani @ Sep 19 2014, 12:57 PM wrote:wow Takura!
Those customizations are so lovely and inspiring!!
If I wasn't such a scaredy cat I would try it out myself...
+ Are you Swedish? (from your instagram post about going to Sweden)
Fellow Scandinavian here! \o/
great job!beagee @ May 16 2015, 12:31 AM wrote: Spent yesterday turning all my old TamaGO Faceplates into P's decals. It took forever, but I think they turned out nice. There are quite a few so I'll just post my three favourites, the rest can be seen HERE.
I can tell you first hand that using nail polish is a horrible idea. It looks ugly when applied and a pain and a half to remove once you've realized how bad it looks. Also, I don't know much about what kind of plastic the V1 uses, but once you buff the gloss a bit that stuff you mentioned should work fine.Asheka @ May 15 2017, 07:18 PM wrote: Well, I know this post is super old, but I am getting a second hand English V1 that I don't care for the shell of, and I really want to paint it. I have read through the entire thread, and just wanted to confirm a few things before my tama gets here.
I see confliction on using nail polish or not, what is the opinion of this? I would most likely use acrylic paint as I have lots of it for other hobbies, but curious.
I am terrified of trying to take it apart, so will be painting while it's together. I plan to use painters tape over the screen to protect it, but am wondering the safest way to seal it while together. I have MSC spray sealant, a cheaper craft spray sealant, and brush on Sculpty Satin Glaze that I use on finished polymer clay projects (dries on its own, does not need baking). Would any of these be bad to use in general and when still together?
Thanks for any advice!
Sounds good. Thanks so much!complete_tama_fanatic @ May 19 2017, 02:54 AM wrote: I can tell you first hand that using nail polish is a horrible idea. It looks ugly when applied and a pain and a half to remove once you've realized how bad it looks. Also, I don't know much about what kind of plastic the V1 uses, but once you buff the gloss a bit that stuff you mentioned should work fine.