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Take an eraser and erase the parts of a minifig's face that you don't want. It seems pretty self-explanatory.
If you want, you can try it out on a minifig face that you have an abundance of (like the classic smiley) and see for yourself if it works.
Last edited by MindGame (February 27, 2009 (09:04pm))
The brand you are using is most likely the problem, American Eagle and Rose Art works great for me.
I use a rubber on the end of a pencil it's more stable.
wow. that's really cool.
Huh, I never thought an eraser could do that
how long does that take?
It works well, but you have to press really hard. I wish you could erase less subtle portions of the face (ex. the white thing on Batman's face)
This is what I got in about five minutes
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