Capsule Chibi Crate - Miniature Subscription Box


*ALL miniatures are supplied unpainted*

Capsule Chibi Crate - Basic - 6 Month Gift

Sculpted by: Capsule Chibi
Designed by:
Painted by:
Height in mm 30.0

Price:

$216.00 USD
£165.35
189.57 Euros
$294.64 CAD
$302.19 AUD

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This is a six month gift subscription for the crate. Each month the person you gift will receive a selection of miniatures from the Capsule Chibi Patreon.
Each crate will contain a minimum of 5 miniatures with a value of at least $50 but most likely more.
Impact! will contact you to get the address information for the person to receive the gift crate. You will be sent a PDF that you can print to give them to show them the gift. If you have the email address of the person you are sending the gift to ... you can spedify a day for us to send them an email to let them know about the gift and if desired who it is from.
The receiver of the gift will have the option to continue service after at discounted rates. Crates will ship between the 20th and 28th of each month following the month you start your subscription. The miniatures in each crate are guaranteed to not be available for retail sale until after your receive your crate (ie the receiver of your gitf will receive the miniatures before other customers can).

NOTE 1: If you do not live in the United Kingdom, it is very important that you login to the website before adding product to your shopping cart in order to get the correct prices and shipping.

NOTE 2: All figures are cast in lead free White Metal or Trollforged resin and due to their size and often sharp points and small pieces should be kept away from children under 14.

NOTE 3: Many figures require light assembly in order to create a dynamic pose that is impossible to cast as a single piece. We do our best to list this on the figure description but we might miss it here or there and so please be aware that some figures need a bit of super glue to put them together.

NOTE 4: Any figure with a star (*) after the sculptor's name was submitted to Impact! using our Targeted Impact agreement. This means the sculptor received no up front money for the figure and is only paid commissions of the sales of the figure.

NOTE 5: PAINTING TROLLCAST resin
(method to work every time):

1. Wash the figures with any liquid soap with a degreaser agent. Dawn dish soap and Dasty both work great for this.
2. After the figures dry you should prime them with a spray primer with a self-etching agent. So far we have not found any brush on primers that are self-etching. The following primers all have self-etching agents and work great: Tamiya Fine Surface Primer, Rust-oleum Self Etching Primer, Dupli-Color Plastic Primer, Duplicolor Sandable Primer, and Krylon Primer for metal and plastic.

NOTE 6: PRODUCT SAFTEY DISCLAIMER for TROLLCAST resin:
Specs: Trollcast is a hard (75D) heat resistant plastic resin. It is much harder, and tougher, than normal resin. Trollcast can withstand 320F, and can handle prolonged exposure at 150F with ease (so our Australian friends should not have any problems during the summer). It can be super-glued together, and takes standard miniature paints easily (we recommend you wash the figures first with warm water, soap and a toothbrush to remove any mold release agent that might still be on the miniature.)

Safety: Trollcast should never be exposed to direct flame. Other than this , Trollcast has no special safety precautions, the dust in non- carcinogenic. However: all material dusts will irritate the lining of the lungs, and make existing conditions worse, so we recommend wearing a dust mask. Better safe than sorry!

Trollcast is safe to expose to INDIRECT heat. Unlike many plastics (PVC etc.) it does not give off toxic vapours. Heating Trollcast to 320F from indirect heat is safe, and a good way to soften the material in order to reposition parts (then plunge into cold water to set). AGAIN DO NOT EXPOSE TROLLCAST TO AN OPEN FLAME. Heck .. do not expose any resin or plastic toy from any company to direct flame. It is just a REALLY bad idea okay.

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