3D printed miniature kit, Thruk the Horrible, designed by Dark Gods! Thruk is a multi-part figure perfect for a 60 or 50 mm base or (not included).
Born by carnage, powered by destruction - what were once simple larva of the Maggot Lord now roam the land in ever-lasting hunger, seeking to grow and adapt. The three variations pictured (Known as Thrik, Thrak and Thruk to friends) are able to permanently merge into a single being, the apex predator Throk. Extremely rare in occurrence, this fused form is no longer mindless, but a cold, cunning leader and master of the hunt.
It's printed to a 25-micron standard using high quality cured resin. This model is approximately 63 mm tall.
For scale, a Primaris Space Marine from feet to the top of its head is about 38mm.
It will be printed 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:
PLEASE NOTE: this model does NOT ship with a plastic base if shown in the picture.
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Dark Gods is a growing set of highly detailed daemonic miniatures set in a dark fantasy universe.
If you just want the STL files you can buy them on the Dark Gods My Mini Factory.
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.