Today I’m gonna show you how I prepare dolls before repainting. Put a cloth around the doll’s face and tie this with an elastic band. Flip the fabric over and relocate the band to his hairline. Swaddle the doll’s body in another cloth. Now these robe things will protect every part of the doll except his face from spray. His long legs were likely to poke my belly during repainting so I adjusted his posture a little bit like this. And I’m good with this reach. You need pure acetone and Magic Block when removing the stock makeup. You know, the adhesive cleaning sponge from Germany. And then deal with resisting parts with the
paper dog-ears as I showed you in my previous video. Oh, ow.. this plastic band can be dissolved by acetone..!! After wiping its bare face with water, spray with the matt-type clear spray so the face gains paper-like surface. Here’s a quick tip. Hold the can 20 to 30 cm away from the doll and press the button from the left side of the doll and drag the can across it. Do not spray directly onto it. When it was done right, the face’d look moist, not dripping wet. Oh, let me catch my breath for a sec. Honestly speaking, I thought this Jin repaint would be much easier than the previous two and even posted this over-confident message on Instagram. Oh my goodness, I was wrong. I’ll never underestimate any repaints ever
again. It took me a week. I don’t know where to begin. The entire process was a total mish-mess and I feel like I did the “bye-bye mr.nobody thing” like three times. To give an impression that eye”ball”s are behind the skin, put some light brown pastels around his eyes. And use apricot pink for natural blushing, down the side of nose and on the cheeks. Do some smoky to add more depth at the end of the underlines. I always provide more information on the products I used below in the “show more” tab, so please see more. Jin’s top was weird. The jacket itself is okay but the hoody’s
kinda fake. So I cut it off. And this is a better idea, too, when putting on clothes. Errr.. okay. One last revision. I thought he needed more highlight on his
cheeks and a slightly larger lipline. And that’s it! Now I’ll let him go.