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  1. I am trying to imitate the cartoony look of dust being thrown up when a figure runs fast. Something like the old speedy Gonzales cartoons. I have done a bit of searching but haven't found any good lego examples of this so far. I have attached an example of what I have right now but I don't have a solid connection. Does anyone have another example of imitating this or ideas for a solid connection? Thanks
  2. So its an odd to write it, but I live in a swamp or rather in the barometric region of swampland. Unfortunately as a side effect of that, dust mixing with the humidity in the air can lead to more grimy looking dust. Now i'm at a loss of what to do in regards of cleaning. My plan was to take a Q-Tip and some water and scrub it off. Will this cause water damage to the parts? I've never had to dust Lego before let alone scrub them.
  3. Due to a large haul of Lego pieces I acquired from a friend, I took a look back at my collection of loose Lego parts to make some room for them. The problem is that I have an overabundance of tires which are very dirty. What should I do to clean them? If my childhood memories are correct, just washing or rinsing them in water alone was never enough; when left to dry, dust re-adhered to the tires in larger quantities -especially when dried off with a napkin. What must be done to get them looking and feeling like new?