You are viewing 1 Eldar/Eldari Soaring eagle shrine, designed by 3d alien worlds and sold under license.
Inspired by the slightly organic architectural style of Eldar/Aeldari space-elf themed buildings in the Warhammer 40,000 setting, this terrain piece is ideal for representing a Swooping Hawks warrior shrine.
Doors can be modelled open or closed (please note that the interior of the shrine is not detailed), for the warriors within to gain access to their launch eyries. The shrine building stands 280mm (11″) tall and approximately 220mm (9″) wide.
The pictures are of a printed and painted item on a game board and the last is a render with an eldar miniature next to it to show scale. Once I have printed one I will add actual photos of the parts.
Comes unpainted and unassembled. Please note your item may arrive with the print supports still attached and may require careful removal before assembly ( I usually remove all supports before postage however when the first one is complete I will inspect and see if the supports would help protect the model when posted). Any miniature is not included and only there to show scale.
I can supply any 3d alien words item so if you don’t see what you want in my items please do message me for a free quote.
Item is printed to order and USUALLY ships in a week. If you would like a more accurate time estimate please do message before purchasing. I do keep you updated with progress emails throughout the printing process.
Please note I only take international orders through my facebook page – Wonky Head 3d printing.
Please be aware that fdm printers can leave some fine layer lines and minor imperfections. The item you are viewing was printed at.2 layer lines.. We can print finer (but it costs more), but most wargamers find .2 acceptable for terrain. If you require finer layer lines then please contact us for a quote. Everything is currently printed in PLA, colour may vary. If you need a specific colour please message first before buying.
We do everything we can to minimise layer lines and you can file or sand them out yourself. Any lines we personally don’t want on pieces we print for my personnel use we use a mix of a knife doing a flashing technique like on a gw model and minimal filing. Or you can prime and paint straight away. In most cases they are hardly visible after painting. We always recommend a little prep work before you prime them.