Luke at Geek Gaming Scenics wanted to know how much he could down-scale a print for a fantasy miniature on a resin printer and still see most of the detail. And, how small could a miniature be and still be paintable. He scaled up a mini STL file to 54mm and all the way down to 6mm.
They all printed successfully, but as he points out, minis that are designed to actually be 6mm have exaggerated proportions to look more natural, so scaling down a 32mm or 25mm mini makes things extremely difficult to paint.
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