Miniature chests, can be used as dungeon furniture, objective markers, tokens, whatever you fancy.
10 pcs attached to a sprue.
Each chest is 10mm wide, 8mm high, 8mm deep (9mm deep including lock & hinges).
(That is 0.39" wide, 0.31" high & deep (0.35" deep incl. lock & hinges)).
Check the Mini scenery & bases section
of my shop for related models.
The model comes unpainted. It has a single colour.
If you want to paint it, the process is almost identical to any regular plastic miniature. Some recommendations:
- With White Plastic : Wash the model, to remove any remaining nylon powder. Use soapy water, rub with toothbrush, rinse, let dry. Spray prime (you can apply more primer coats than usual, though), paint, spray varnish.
- With Fine Detail Plastic only : Wash the model, to remove any remaining wax. Approx. 3 minutes in acetone, or approx. 30 minutes in denaturated alcohol, or approx. 30 minutes in Simple Green. Rub gently with a toothbrush, rinse with water, let dry. Spray prime, paint, spray varnish.
- When you cut the sprue on a coloured model (that is, all except white and grey), a small white dot will appear where you've cutted. Depending on the dye's colour, this white dot can be visible, or not. It can be easily corrected by using a permanent pen on the dots.
-For miniature basing, I recommend the Fine Detail material. For other uses (dungeon furniture, objective markers, tokens...) the Versatile Plastic is generally good enough, detail-wise.