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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This figure is also available in any scale upon request. I have printed this out perfectly in Frosted Detail. The pockets may have some distortion. It comes with 2 hats a baseball cap and a hat with a brim. This is a 7/8ths scale figure. This figure is hollow but will stand on it's own without being filled but it is very fragile and requires care in handling. This print was very good except for the heavy build up of wax inside and the frosting in the most unopportune places. I soaked the inside of the figure with denatured alcohol for an hour and rinsed it in hot water from the tap (125 F to 130 F). I removed the frosting from the details by gently rubbing the frosted surfaces with a tooth pick. BE CAREFUL of the pockets. The printing process printed out a small void in the pocket space and it is very easy to tear the pocket off. NOTE the hole in his pocket in the photo. I left it there because it added to the character (I thought)