I just got the beige mudman and he's awesome. I think he really is the best color to show off his musculature, since the angles, shadows, and three-dimensional structure him are not lost in a darker, absorbing color.
However, I sometimes look at him on my wrist (and every passing mirror...) and think that he was not the color I was expecting. I was expecting him to be slightly whiter. Sometimes I look at him and think he looks "dirty."
Well, I suppose a little RIT dye could help whiten him up. My question is, I have read on this forum somewhere that to remove lettering you have to use goof-off, but I also know that when stealthing, everything turns black, so am I right in assuming when dying something a lighter color (red, yellow, etc.), the black text will stay black? And when dying something black (stealthing) the dark dye will cover up everything...e.g. white text..
So, if I simply put him in a pot of white dye, would the text on him stay black? Or would it turn white/gray?