The feet are indeed a little tricky. The tips you already got should help you get the little feet of your Tika. There is a lip on the ankle joint that faces forward. This clicks into the opening in the front of the feet. Normally you grab the sides or the back of the feet and just pull down, sometimes a little wriggle helps. I also noticed that warming up the resin a little tends to help. If need be I can post a little video or pictures of how everything looks inside so you have a better idea of what to attempt without causing harm. --- On a different note, someone is on their way home! I got superlucky and stumbled upon a long-time favorite Pukifee of mine. I had been waffling about getting that sculpt for a long while but always held off the boat because I hadn't been doing much with my tinies. But now when the chance presented itself I kind of jumped on it. So much for no more dolls or impulse buys...will I ever learn? I can't feel too guilty though. Pukifee are so cute! I feel like I could never have too many of these. So what are your favorite sculpts? Do you own any of them?