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5 Tabaxi Villager Miniature Pack

Original price $31.30 - Original price $31.30
Original price
$31.30
$31.30 - $31.30
Current price $31.30

An amazing set of 5 Tabaxi / Catfolk Villagers from the EC3D Everyday life release! All crafted beautifully in 28mm scale, these are printed in a strong ABS-Like resin to ensure a durable mini you can toss in your bag to take anywhere.

These include:

Noble
Mothers with child
Adventurer
Child with Toy
Fisherman

These come printed onto 28mm bases!

Prices are based off of size of the model, amount of resin used, print time, and amount of time needed to clean and cure the model after. Orders of packs of mini's will be cheaper, as we can print more at once, reducing the time needed.

If you find a model you adore and want a bigger print for collecting/painting, please let me know and we can determine the perfect size for your use and get a custom listing made just for you!

🖨All orders are printed as they are received on Anycubic Photon Mono Xs
-Some models will be separate pieces and need to be glued together.
-An adhesive like superglue would do the trick!

🖼 Images are stock 3D renderings, actual models will come printed in a grey resin.

🛠Assembly of models sometimes requires glue and minor sanding and filling. We will do our absolute best to clean the models and make it as easy as possible to assemble. Resin models print with a lot of support structure, so there should be the expectation that there will be minor abrasions, support marks, gaps etc, that may be present when assembling the models that would have to be filled if desired.

Please dont place the prints in your mouth, or let your kid eat them.

Officially Licensed to sell EC3D miniatures via their MyMiniFactory at https://www.myminifactory.com/users/EC3D%20Design

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Sheridan
Other than the package being left in the r...

Other than the package being left in the rain by the delivery guy. It was fine water doesn't hurt cured resin.