8k resin printed miniature in 32 mm scale with custom base.
The miniatures require painting and assembly (use cyanoacrylate superglue only).
Presenting six of the members of Clan Da Tredzle, the people of the woods. Or rather the menace of the woods, as the free human tribes of Mundi Maard like to call them. Goblins are generally thought of as underlings to more powerful beings, often treated as slaves or cannon fodder – well that’s not the case with the Da Tredzles. Fierce and gruelingly sneaky, they seem to be able to take on much larger foes than their size and choice of weapons would suggest. Moreover, seasoned warriors of all races have learned never to underestimate the Da Tredzles who, while small in stature, have the ancient and secret knowledge to call upon powers far, far older than mankind, and even the tall elvenkind.
WE NEVER COMPROMISE ON QUALITY
– 8K ultra-high resolution 3D printing with the market-top printers guarantees the highest possible print quality for today;
– The best UV printing resin maximizes the survival of models even after falling off the table;
– Careful manual parts positioning by our experienced specialists provide sharp printing with a minimum of the supports and makes post-processing fun and easy;
Firstly, check out all the details whether there are no missing or miscast parts.
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2. Supports & touchpoints
We sell our 3D printed models without any major supports, but you should remove small touchpoints and ultra-tiny supports left on the model.
Please use a model knife and fine sandpaper.
Don’t be intimidated by the process, we use a top-quality UV printing resin and it is very easy to work with.
3. Warped Parts and Repositioning
Sometimes thinner parts could be slightly bent or twisted.
You can easily fix that by immersing the piece in hot water or by applying heat from a hairdryer.
The piece should reform to its original shape by itself.
If not, gently twist the piece back into position.
The amount of heat that needs to be applied is often determined by the thickness of the parts. Thicker parts need to be heated for a longer time.
This technique can also be used to bend some parts into shapes and positions to pose models.