9 Answers. No, they are not meant to come off (and neither are their hands) and I imagine that doing so repeatedly will cause them to become loose, as is the case with hands.
Can Lego minifigures get loose?
The best tactic is to take care of minifigures carefully. Constantly moving their joints will make those connection loose. If you are working on things like stop-motion videos where you are frequently adjusting the joints, it is best to use cheap minifigures.
How do you take care of Lego minifigures?
A priority for many LEGO enthusiasts is to protect minifigures from dust or damage by storing them in plastic bags or tackle boxes. Plastic bags are a cheap and easy way to store your LEGO minifigures.
Can you remove Lego hands?
They are not designed to be removed and doing so can make it hard to replace. It is not a very good idea to remove Lego arms except on the minifigures listed above.
How do you tighten a Lego joint?
I would try pulling off the legs and dropping a tiny, tiny amount of plastic glue on the hinge, smooth it out and let it dry, then put the leg back on. It should provide enough friction to the leg again so they aren’t so loose. If you don’t want to watch: Pop both legs off the hips.
How long does it take to make a Lego stop-motion?
Well, creating stop-motion animation is a ridiculously labor-intensive process. First, Alexsplanet has to come up with the story. Then he has to build the story’s large sets from scratch. Those take between four and eight hours each — and he builds between 10 and 15 for every video.