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3D printed in fully colored material with a glossy and smooth finish.
This is a smaller (1 inch diameter) version of my hollow purple d60, which should be much cheaper to print but will not print in ceramic and may have issues with less precise materials. Full color printing will show black numbers on a light purple background. If the die lands on a hole facing up, treat it as a jack die and flick or knock it gently to get it rolling again. This one is certainly blurry in Full Color Sandstone, but the detail is legible even after polishing for Gold Steel. It takes a good eye to tell what each number is on such small dice, however. UPDATE: If you bought this die before December 4, 2013, it probably has three faces mis-numbered (the circle of numbers starting with 4, 16... had three wrong numbers after that, 26, 38, 50 [which are duplicates]). This has been fixed in new prints of this die and I believe all other hollow dice I make. You should mark one each of the faces labeled 26, 38, and 50 in permanent (possibly colored) ink if you find repeats of them on a copy of your die. The error actually reduces the average, so this was not a loaded die except in games where lower is better.