01-21-2015, 03:09 AM
(This post was last modified: 01-21-2015, 03:15 AM by pendrake.)
@Caleb: batteries! I think you are onto something; Is the AAA ubiquitous world-wide?
What about, raw, unpainted MDF as a consistent backdrop?
What type of figure or model might exist at all (or a lot) of the scales?
@DJ: They've been added. I have a sneaking suspicion that 1:35, as manufactured, was/is intended to result in 2 inch soldiers.
MDF might be a good choice for a neutral coloured background.
I think AA and AAA abound worldwide, although I have about 50 AA for each AAA.
As for miniatures, I have an abundance of rank and file pike infantry in 2mm, and a few 28mm guys with halberds for Mordheim. It occurs to me that miniatures need not be consistent, as long as they are all standing at approx. full height.
01-21-2015, 12:39 PM
(This post was last modified: 01-21-2015, 12:39 PM by Caleb.)
I know intuitively how tall most people are. I have no clue of the actual dimensions of a Sherman tank.
Using a human sized figure seems like it would be more effective, given that scales are derived from the height of a standard person (at least on paper).
To get 1:1200 figures I think we will need to order some from Shapeways (and perhaps create the master file as well).
What nominal scale are Flames of War soldiers?
I wanna say 15mm for Flames of War..
I don't think I've ever seen 1/2000 infantry.
Thinking about this as a project for when I get a real computer.
I personally have:
54mm medieval figures
50?mm ww2 figures
30mm medieval, fantasy, sci-fi figures
25mm medieval figures
20-15mm FoW figures
6-10mm fantasy (Warmaster)