There’s a whole community of people dedicated to building and painting miniatures for fun. That group includes Superman and Geralt of Rivia himself, Henry Cavill. One of Hollywood’s biggest stars, a man so large he looks like an actual superhero, spends his free time carefully constructing and applying paint to
Emil Nyström and the gang behind the YouTube channel Squidmar Miniatures shared the news of what they consider a very unexpected—though very appreciated—windfall. They put together a rare 1997
That’s peanuts to what it ultimately went for to a buyer from Australia. Buying an unopened kit and completing it was money and time more then well spent.
After the team put it up for auction (a sale we first learned about at
Squidmar Miniatures shared the full story behind the pricey gunship’s build, its history, and surprising sale in a series of videos.
Building and painting miniatures is a fun activity for a lot of people. For some of us though it seems like the most stressful thing in the world. It requires patience and a steady hand.
But we bet even Superman himself might be a little nervous applying paint if he knew the miniature in his Kryptonian hands might potentially sell for a record-setting price.