Mark of Shame

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I had no idea what you guys weee talking about until I looked up “mark of shame halo”.


Now I want a mark of shame tattoo...

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I had no idea what you guys weee talking about until I looked up “mark of shame halo”.


Now I want a mark of shame tattoo...
I thought they were talking about a religious symbol used for millenia that is now taboo because an angry man with a mustache used it.

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Sorry, I thought you wanted to build one.

If you want to put it on a figure my recommendation would be to get a very thin needle, heat it up and draw with the needle.
Then use some watered down paint to fill in the marks. Once that dries coat it with some clear paint, nail polish, etc...

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Sorry, I thought you wanted to build one.

If you want to put it on a figure my recommendation would be to get a very thin needle, heat it up and draw with the needle.
Then use some watered down paint to fill in the marks. Once that dries coat it with some clear paint, nail polish, etc...
That’s a little outside my comfort zone, but thanks for the suggestion.

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That’s a little outside my comfort zone, but thanks for the suggestion.
That's fair, I found that method safer than using a sharp knife which some recommended.
Trying to make a deep cut with a sharp knife on a small part is very dangerous.

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That’s a little outside my comfort zone, but thanks for the suggestion.
That's fair, I found that method safer than using a sharp knife which some recommended.
Trying to make a deep cut with a sharp knife on a small part is very dangerous.
Is it dangerous if you wear hockey gloves that might be too small?

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That’s a little outside my comfort zone, but thanks for the suggestion.
That's fair, I found that method safer than using a sharp knife which some recommended.
Trying to make a deep cut with a sharp knife on a small part is very dangerous.
Is it dangerous if you wear hockey gloves that might be too small?
do you have something to hold the figure down? Clamps? Rubber bands?

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That’s a little outside my comfort zone, but thanks for the suggestion.
That's fair, I found that method safer than using a sharp knife which some recommended.
Trying to make a deep cut with a sharp knife on a small part is very dangerous.
Is it dangerous if you wear hockey gloves that might be too small?
I’m not sure what gloves you’re using, but they’re probably not going to stop a knife. Trust me, I play hockey twice a week, sooooooo....

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That's fair, I found that method safer than using a sharp knife which some recommended.
Trying to make a deep cut with a sharp knife on a small part is very dangerous.
Is it dangerous if you wear hockey gloves that might be too small?
do you have something to hold the figure down? Clamps? Rubber bands?
I have fingers! Bring on the pain! But really, thanks for pointing that out.

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Is it dangerous if you wear hockey gloves that might be too small?
do you have something to hold the figure down? Clamps? Rubber bands?
I have fingers! Bring on the pain! But really, thanks for pointing that out.
Not having to hold the thing you're working on with your bare hands is very helpful.


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