Cactus group set | Tabletop Scatters
The cactus group set from Vesna Sculpts, manufactured using precise 3D SLA printing technology in at least 6K resolution, offers you the opportunity to enrich your tabletop gaming worlds with lifelike, robust desert landscapes.
Contents of your set:
- 3 large groups of cacti
These impressive groups of cacti are particularly suitable for tabletop games like "Warhammer 40,000", where they can represent a hostile xenos world, or for "desert skirmish" games like "Gaslands", where they serve as obstacles or cover. They are also an excellent addition to the design of desert landscapes in role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder, creating the illusion of a challenging and dangerous desert expedition. Use these cactus groups to transform your playing area into an impressive and strategically challenging scene.
3D SLA printing
In gray to paint yourself
Note on ordering
Due to their size, our buildings are only printed after the order has been received. To coordinate the process and delivery times, please contact us.
Please note that due to the current order situation, the production time for some buildings may take up to 2 weeks.
Just a little note for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled yourself - a little superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there may be small residues or slight damage caused by the support structures, but unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided.
But don't worry, this won't affect the quality of your model.
However, it should be noted that due to the 3D SLA or FDM printing process, there may be slight distortions (up to 1.5mm) in larger parts. However, these small imperfections are easily repaired with modeling putty (Green Stuff).
It's just a small part of the process that gives your set a unique character. Have fun painting and assembling!
BE CAREFUL WITH SMALL CHILDREN
Even though the figures are great to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for small children. There is a risk that small parts could break off. Miniatures should not be viewed as toys.