Apprentice Miner - Tabletop figure in 3 poses
Dive deeper into the world of the historic Gold Rush with our Apprentice Miner Tabletop Figure, available in three authentic poses: apprentice miner, mallet wielding, and lamp wielding.
Each of these miniatures is a work of art, printed in Germany using the latest SLA technology in 6K resolution. Designed by Epic Miniatures, each figure exudes an impressive level of detail that really brings your apprentice miner to life.
Whether he's working in the mine, swinging his mallet, or holding his lamp, each pose adds an atmospheric and realistic dimension to your game.
The figures come in a neutral gray and are unpainted. So you can let your creativity run free and give your apprentice miner a unique look that perfectly suits your playstyle.
The Miner's Apprentice Tabletop Figure from Epic Miniatures is a hardworking and formidable figure that will make a strong presence in any game set in the Wild West. Whether you're a seasoned gamer or just starting out in the tabletop hobby, the Apprentice Miner makes a fascinating addition to any collection or game.
3 miniatures in different poses
3D SLA 6K
in grey, unpainted to paint yourself
Just a little hint for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled by yourself - a bit of superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there can be small residues or slight damage caused by the support structures, unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided. But don't worry, this will not affect the quality of your model.
However, it should be noted that with the 3D SLA printing process, there can be slight distortions (up to 1mm) for larger parts. However, these small imperfections are easy to fix 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!
While the figures are fun to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for young children. There is a risk that small parts can break off. Miniatures should not be considered toys.