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I bought a High Elf dragon and woke up at 2 in the morning to work on him. By 9am he was mold line free and fully assembled I was proud of my work .
But after I did the undercoat I left it on my kitchen table [which is very high] to wash the brushes and my little sister  came in and knocked it off. Now the wings have snapped off the joint, his tongue snapped, the riders head flung off, his tail smashed and the base got seriously chipped at the end. Which is a shame cause I was thinking of entering that in the Golden Demon or atleast giving it a shot with him. Plus he was $75 and my mum aint gonna pay for another one.
So do you rekon I could fix it, I really suck at greenstuffing but I guess maybe one of the guys in the hobby store could help me if I asked nicely, but I'm not going there till the new year which is awful.
OUCH! Unlucky there!
It possibly is able to be fixed- the nice thing is its plastic, so poly cement will help. Other than that, pin the heck out of him, do you have a pin drill?
It can be fixed, with a little patience and time. Some glue, greenstuff, pins, and sand paper is all you need.
I will triple up the other suggestions... definitely pin the wings and tongue back on. A Pin Vise and small drill bitz are easily available at hobby/craft stores and online. Be patient and take your time. I would probably recommend 2-3 pins per wing minimum depending on how big the area is at the break.
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Good luck!! =D
Good luck with it too, sad to hear that, getting one myself too. Keep sister away from your stuff from now on, and dont feel bad if you mess up any of her stuff either.
oops, she's three? thought we talking about a juvie of 10 or 11. yeah, nevermind, just a little toddler. my bad "insert foot into mouth"
LOL. Sounds like you had some good luck with someone who can help you. Regarding young kids (I have a pair of 5 year olds, they started when they were 4). Show your sister your figures (some old ones anyways), so she gets a chance to see what they are, which will help her understand the ground rules and help satisfy her curiousity somewhat.