Display Scale Archangel Miniature - 3dArtGuy

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This may be the demon killer miniature we've always wanted! Do not miss 3DArtGuy's awesome design! A multipart kit of his Patreon Exclusive- will be made for you on a high-quality resin printer.

This Archangel miniature is NOT designed for use in wargames, and it is recommended for use as a fun painting project, or even for terrain!

  • It's printed to a 25-micron standard using high-quality cured resin. This model is approximately 150 mm tall to the top of her hair on her fire base.
  • This model is a 13 piece multi-part kit, including the "fire" custom scenic base topper pictured that supports her feet, and is recommended you use an 80 mm base (the base topper is approximately 65 mm wide)
  • The wings do not have to be attached to her pack, they slot in securely with normal cleanup.

The Archangel is the wrath of her deity made manifest. She flies unto the battlefield, bringing death and fire to her enemies.

  • We are an official licensee of 3DArtGuy. Miniatures Sales & Marketing Contracted Though Spikey Bits, and Fulfilled By Slicer LLC.
  • If you are after just the .STL files, they are available on from 3D Art Guy on MyMiniFactory right now for $8.00
Support 3DArtGuy On Patreon for STL files each month!

It's printed to a 25-micron standard in our new Void Resin that makes 3d prints feel and act more like plastic, plus the strength benefits are amazing.

Watch us disrespect a model printed with Void Resin below:

  • 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.
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