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3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
This set prints you all parts needed that will allow you to assemble your own personal alien! You can decide about the posure your alien takes. The alien, standing, should have an estimated height of 10 cm (4 inches). The scale is 1/32. Can be painted to make it looking even more awesome. Because it can be assembled into different poses, you can use this guy for photo shootings Print out more than one, and you can create entire complex scenes! That's something you cannot do with any other unposable figure.
You might need, maybe, a little bit of sandpaper, plastic glue, and acrylic or enamel paint for this plastic model kit. The sandpaper or a thin layer of paint might be needed for the joints. The paint is also recommended for the entire figure. After having given him a color coating, you could also "weather" him (adding darker areas to deeper regions. Anyhow, when he's yours, you're free to decide! It would be nice if you could upload photos of your alien, or send them to my e-mail address: ",jamaica_sven" (I am with that big e-mail provider that starts with a "Y" and ends with a "com"). Big thanks, looking forward!
Feel free to change the position of individual parts for your 3D printing.
- 2 torso parts (torso, waist)
- 4 arms each with 3 parts = 12 parts
- 3 legs each with 4 parts = 16 parts
- TOTAL PARTS: 26
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