Scales and Sizes
Scales and Sizes
Many products are designed for a specific scale but also a lot are useable in multiple scales, particularly scenery replicating nature. We've tried to explain the scales and sizes of products here. Please bear in mind, different miniature companies use different scales and it can get quite complex so use this as a rough guide and it is specific to our own products.
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A centre point in many a village, does it just provide water or is it part of a a fairy garden, whatever you use it for, it will look excellent in any scene.
I only use resin prints so all models will be printed with a high level of detail.
More intricate models are printed as small as 10microns (0.01mm), some simpler models I may go up to 50 microns (0.05mm). Either way, resin is my material of choice, while it is more expensive for me to manufacture, I just prefer the way it produces models mode similar to cast resin.
Some parts of models, particularly if they sell well, I will be able to use high detail casting resin for.
Colours in image for display purposes. You can paint however you like. Any textures are part of the model however they are much more easily painted with larger models. My recomendation with smaller models is to simply use a wash or to drybrush if you wish to pick out detail.
I do my best to remove all supports and wash away any excess resin using IPA and a water bath but there may be some remaining, supports can be clipped of easily using hobby clippers or wire cutters. Excess residue can be washed off.
Some very small models might be kept on supports to make it easier to paint.
For best results, prime the model with a spray base coat before painting.
Resin models are fragile. Please don’t drop them! I cannot accept returns if you’ve broken a model, if it arrives broken then please let me know as soon as it arrives and I will replace the broken part.