I used to run a dino rebuild shop, and 95% of the robots I worked on nationwide were old Dinamation. Very seldom Kokoro. I've been out of the game for over 10 years due to an injury, but a local museum needs help BIG TIME.
My issue? They bought these pieces of junk from China, and have silicone skin.
I never could do the silicone repairs, my partner did them. But tech has changed in 10 years. I'm try to figure out if this is a project I can take on. Some just need surface repairs, some need to be opened up to the frame etc.
HOW do I re-glue up the silicone (once foam rubber is reglued) and THEN make it so it doesn't bust open with the robots movement (with monourethene we used a 2 way stretch cloth) and then sculpt and paint to blend in????