I Froze My Nendoroid

With my recent upload where I froze some of my Nendoroid https://myfigurecollection.net/picture/1812179 – I’ve been getting quite a lot of questions. :)

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Did I freeze them?
YES

How did I do it?
1. Find a container that is able to hold your Nendoroid and water, I used a rectangular container for this project.

[img]http://www.moeness.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/ice_01.jpg[/img]

2. Place Nendoroid (or any other figure), pour water, place container in the freezer. :) Done in a few hours.

[img]http://www.moeness.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/ice_02.jpg[/img]

Those girls were in the freezer for over 2 months, simply because I got busy and decided not to photograph them. I had a bigger project for the ice block in mind but didn’t hae the luxury to execute.

Defrosting
Your Nendoroid (or whatever figure) will have ice inside the body, during the time of the defrosting you will see quite some water seeping out of them.

[img]http://www.moeness.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/ice_03.jpg[/img]

Is it possible to damage?
Yes, I believe so. Nendoroids are tough but I can’t say the same for other figurines.

Remember that water expands as it gets cold so if there’s no where for the water to escape then it is possible that the frozen water (aka ice) may break the mold (figure).

Thank you for reading, hope you enjoyed this tutorial and more importantly – the pic https://myfigurecollection.net/picture/1812179

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