1:100 stainless steel figures.
For use on architectural models, interior design models or 1:100 dioramas.
These small stainless steel silhouette figures are extremely intricate, with great detail.
This fret includes two of Le Corbusier´s proportional figure – the modulor.
Each individual figure comes equipped with a pin that stays with the figure when it is broken away from the frame at the predetermined breaking point, which makes the removal that much easier.
A pair of scissors or a small side-cutting pliers are perfect for this work.
If the figures are to be attached to a model made from a yielding material like, for example, rigid foam, a small hole should be punched and the pin on the bottom of the figure should be inserted into it.
A certain amount of dexterity is required when having to glue the figures to a hard substrates; it is best to work with a tweezers while applying the glue (e.g. superglue) in very small amounts.
Use a primer, if you want a painted finish – best to spray before cutting from the fret.
*developed as a visual bridge between two incompatible scales, the imperial and the metric system. It is based on the height of a man with his arm raised.