This conversion will fit a standard plastic GW Nemesis Dreadknight model kit. It is not a full model, just parts to add to your model kit to convert it into an MKII DaemonSlayer-Samurai to eliminate the “Baby-Carrier” look.
This kit will require some modeling skills to construct, see the instruction images above for the similar styled "Carlos" kit by Tauter, which works for this kit as well.
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Perfect as a centerpiece for your tabletop army, as a cool display piece on your desk, or even as parts for use in your conversions!
It's a very cool kit that can be used for a number of things from the Invictor Warsuit to any Contemptor class, and more.
View the instructions for how to assemble your DeamonSlayer-Spartan! in the picture gallery above
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All products are printed to a 25-micron standard using high-quality cured resin. Just like any miniature kit it is unfinished, comes unpainted, and unassembled attached to its support structure from the production process.
Parts are pre-cleaned and ready for primer once removed. Basic hobby skills and tools are required to finish this model. Plastic bases are not included.
The image shown is the stock photo of the rendered miniature while painted models are for reference only, and not included.
To remove the bits from their supports: submerge the whole assembly in water that is hot to the touch for 5 minutes. Use your fingernail to punch away several supports to create a starting point, and carefully peel your parts off of the remaining supports altogether. More delicate parts may require clippers or a hobby knife.
Do not attempt to remove supports from a model while at room temperature. Keep the model out of direct sunlight, or extremely cold temperatures. As always, use caution when working with resin material, and hobby tools.