IMPORTANT! This set allows you to build GREATER GOOD AETHERIAL SAKURA.
Much like you, we’ve always been curious about the intersection of art, science, and war. How do they influence one another? How do beauty and tradition fit amidst the backdrop of interstellar conflict? This miniature is the embodiment of that inquiry. A testament to the rich tapestry of life in the universe, it answers questions you didn’t even know you had and offers a unique perspective on the universe we’ve built together.
Intricately detailed and steeped in the aesthetic sensibilities of the Greater Good’s Nipponesque style, this figure is a harmonious blend of minimalistic beauty, complex tradition, and the Greater Good’s overarching philosophy. Observe the poised figure, seemingly lost in a meditative trance as she inhales the soothing vapors from her elongated pipe, all the while hovering effortlessly above a blooming tree with her trusty drone. This tableau captures a fleeting moment, where a warrior takes respite from the conflicts of the galaxy to find inner peace.
This miniature is a narrative, a story told through the lens of art. It’s our way of addressing a challenge we all face – how to find beauty amidst adversity. Displaying the Greater Good Aetherial Sakura on your shelf or tabletop will not only be a conversation starter but a testament to your appreciation for art, story, and the complexities of the universe.
HQ resin miniature in 40k Heroic scale with 40mm Scenic base.
The miniatures require painting and assembly (use cyanoacrylate superglue only).
You can buy STL files here
Firstly, check out all the details whether there are no missing or miscast parts.
If you have problems with details – please contact us.
Then, prepare warm water and clean each part with an old toothbrush and a dishwashing liquid to remove any excess mould release agent which may still be on the surface of the parts.
Please leave the parts to soak for a while before scrubbing if they feel very greasy.
We highly recommend not skipping this step!
Any mould release agent left on the model may prevent the primer from adhering to the model.
2. Casting Gates
The casting gates can be removed with a pair of clippers. Use a sanding pad, modelling knife or model file to clean off any excess.
In case gates are too large for the clippers, use a razor saw or piercing saw.
3. Mould Lines
Resin components are cast into silicone moulds that have split lines.
Sometimes, there may be slight lines on the model that shows where the mould joins together.
In that case, you should remove them so that they don’t show up after painting.
Please use a modelling knife or a file to carefully scrape or file away the line.
Then a smooth surface with some fine sandpaper if it’s necessary.
4. Warped Parts and Repositioning
Sometimes thinner parts could be slightly bent or twisted.
You can easily fix that by immersing the piece in hot water or by applying heat from a hairdryer.
The piece should reform to its original shape by itself.
If not, gently twist the piece back into position.
The amount of heat that needs to be applied is often determined by the thickness of the parts. Thicker parts need to be heated for a longer time.
This technique can also be used to bend some parts into shapes and positions to pose models.
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