Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model
Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model

Magdalena - Death's Seeker - Physical Model

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Magdalena, the third, youngest (relatively speaking), and final Scythebearer. Death's Seeker hunts those who manage to escape Death's grasp through forbidden means or who find a way to return from the Wheel before it is their time. Ruthless, tireless, and unyielding Magdalena never gives up on her quarry until she has dragged them back to the Wheel where they belong.

Dimensions and Features

Whip Blade Type

Magdalena's Whip Blade comes in two forms. One is entirely 3D printed as you can see in the images. The second option is Whip as wire. This version comes with a 2mm hole in the Whip Blade's grip and 10 blade sections allowing you to thread your own (not supplied) wire and pose it as you like. Wire is not supplied.

Please note that 1:10 scale is the intended scale for these models.

1:14 Scale Statue Height: approx 111mm*

1:14 Bust Height: approx 102mm*

1:10 Scale Statue Height: approx 158mm*

1:10 Bust Height: approx 145mm*

 *Height measurements are approximate and are measured from the bottom of the base to the tallest point of the model and don't take into account additional head options.

Magnet Wells: Head, torso, arms, hips and legs

1:14 can use 4x2mm round

1:10 scale uses 6x3mm round 

Post Processing Level

Once a piece has been 3D printed it requires post processing. Supports are necessary to ensure the print is successful and models must be hollowed and drainage holes need to be included. Generally speaking drain holes are placed in non-visible areas so these are rarely an issue. However, the supports must be removed before the part is cured. Removing the supports will often leave behind small nicks or nubs on the surface that must be either filled or sanded/filed. You can choose whether or not we do this for you. See below for details.

Basic - Parts are cleaned, supports are clipped off and part is post-cured. Expect to do some clean up such as sanding support nubs or small filling of support nicks and surface smoothing.

Advanced - We will do all of it for you. While we cannot guarantee that the received item will be entirely perfect (we're still human and some marks only show up after priming), we will deal with the vast majority of clean up leaving you very little to do yourself. Please expect a longer lead time if you select this option.

NOTE: You will need to do any gap fillings yourselves as we send the Physical Models in parts.

Lead Time and Shipping

All models are made to order and thus you should expect a lead time in order to prepare, print, post-process and ship your order. This should be no longer than a few days if you have selected basic post-processing but please allow up to a week if you're planning your purchase for an occasion or gift or sometimes a bit longer if you have selected advanced post-processing. 

Free shipping to UK for orders of £55 or more.
Free shipping to Europe for orders of £75 or more.

Quality

We print figures at 30 micron layer heights (0.03mm) and bases at 50 microns (0.05mm)

Please handle with care, as the model parts are very delicate.

Note

The model you receive will have been 3D printed. In order for a model to be 3D printed it has to be hollow to allow for proper cleaning and curing. Vent holes are placed in areas that are not on show to facilitate this. In some rare instances there may be a hole in a visible area and will need filling. All models require supports in order to print correctly. While all parts should fit without issue, you may find it necessary to undertake minor sanding, gap filling, clean up and priming yourself.

You may notice some staining on your printed parts. This is a side effect of using IPA for the cleaning process. This staining is present on all 3D printed parts but less noticeable on grey or lighter coloured resin. Rest assured that this staining will not effect surface quality and will cover perfectly fine with primer.

Most kits are straight forward and easy to assemble using common sense and the imagery. Should directions be necessary you will find an insert in the package with information.