Remember These Girls???
I have started the makeovers on these 3.
These 2 were covered in acrylic paint and some ink spots here and there.
This one was covered in purple nail polish and had a button glued to her face. There was also black fabric paint and underneath all of that there was... ink.
Using Acetone, 100% Rubbing Alcohol, Cotton Swabs and Cotton Cosmetic Puffs and a ton of elbow grease they now look like this:
They are not quite finished here as far as clean up, but close. All 3 have staining. They are shiny on their bodies where I used the acetone. Acetone melts the plastic.
Here they are trying on wigs and deciding what their looks will be when I am finished. They have been sprayed with flat lacquer. Don't they look happier?
I have been fighting with my vertigo lately which means I cannot drive. My husband is so supportive. He suggested we look at the automotive store for some more vinyl spray paint. The last time I had been there they were out of stock. They were fully stocked, so the white paint is being sprayed on today.
That white will be my canvas. The beauty of the interior auto paint for vinyl is not only the nice coverage, but it dries fast. This allows me to actually work on them the same day I have sprayed them.
Only Frankie and Draculaura will be spray painted. I can cover the stains on Clawdeen with sponged paint and pastels. She had the least damage from paint and ink. Her worst trouble - hacked off ears. I am not going to replace them.
More to come soon. The Misfits are long overdue!