You wouldn't by any chance know how to take off the arms would you?I've tried boiling water to soften up the plastic(head and arms).All I managed to take off was the head.I tried doing the same to the arms TWICE,and still no luck.I dunno........I think the arms are built differently and that's why I can't do it.
leave them on personaly i dont pull toys apart as there joints never seam to be as tight as they used to be when you do these days i only pull them apart if the toy was designed to be pulled apart easily
as its pretty easy to tear a joint and damage the toy if it isnt coming apart easily another thing to keep in mind is you have to put it back together with out damaging the paint work and that can be tricky too
usually im just really careful with my brush work or mask areas off if its needed
I've worked with many dwarves over the years with the circus. They are a strange breed, I must admit. I've only ever met one who was remotely "normal", and even he had 3 wives. When I think of it, they do kinda look a bit like this by the end of the night.