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Hello! I recently restarted few of my older Tamagotchis. Sadly, some have faded shell designs, rubbed off of faded letters, or scratches in the shell paintings. I think this does apply for any tamagotchi with painted shell designs.
<---- this is an example. Not mine. My designs, letterings are luckily only a very, very little faded.
Im a person who likes his tamas in best condition possible and i do have good drawing skills.
These little damages of mine would be very easy to touch up with a suitable paint. I tried to repaint the silver wings of my angelgotchi with a silver permanent marker but it got rubbed off very quickly, its seems not permanent enough on plastic.
I wonder with what i can repaint the shell designs best. i thought of Nail polish, but i think nail polish does not dry as flat as the original paint and it would be visible that it was repainted.
Do you guys have any tips for me?
How about gundam markers? These are intended for painting action figures. Do anyone knows them? Are they more rub resistant?
As the Tamagotchi ON is the English counter part of the Tamagotchi Meets I was wondering if anyone here could tell me the size of the Meets.
I'm planning to buy the Tamagotchi ON next month and want to make a cradle for it before I buy it if possible. But the only Tama's I have to use for size are the Connections, Music Star in terms of the most recent ones I have. My Tamago I'm sure is way to big and wide from what I've seen from reviewers who got the ON early.
So I found this Morinaga P1 and I can't really find any information about it.
I've only found some stuff about the white Morinaga P1, mostly from some posts made here in like 2006.
I even tried doing reverse image searches with pictures of it and I haven't been able to find anything.
So has anyone seen one of these before?
By Knighttchi's Ballad
I've become curious about what shell designs the rest of you have ever since a few members paralleled with me in having the transparent blue shell. I actually bought two minis on the release date, the transparent blue design and the blue clock face design. I was quite uncertain which ones to get as I thought buying two clock faces might be too match-matchy, but I wasn't sure if two blue designs would also be too matchy. Well, as I've said, I settled on the two blue designs which really had very little to do with my favourite colour being blue. While I do consider the blue clock face to be the best of the lot, I started up the transparent blue one first. I really like transparent shells as they don't become worn and there is something so cool looking about them. Of course, the minis are such a cute size but the programming isn't the most outstanding, thus they parallel with the V5.
So, what are your shells and any thoughts?
By Knighttchi's Ballad
I was browsing Ebay a short while ago and I came across this shell design:
I thought it was a rather pleasing, especially since vintages are rather plain. I've seen the usual burgundy with yellow shell design before but never with numbers, and also ProjectTamaShell doesn't have it listed either. I suppose it might be an uncommon shell, if not rare.
For me, the iD series and P's have the perfect size because I can hold one in my hand firmly and it matches the size of my hand perfectly. I also love the plastic buttons. I wish they came in different colors or were changeable (like cell phone shells) though.