28 December 2006

Figure Comparison

Here, you see (from right to left) a plastic 1/72 Revell figure, a 25mm MiniFig, and and RSM 95 miniature. Slight differences exist between the three in size, proportion, and heft. But so long as the figures are not mixed within the same unit, there's no problem using them next to each other on the table top. And if you look carefully at the photos contained within Charge!, there are some variations in size between the Spencer Smiths on the one hand and the Stadden, Traditons, and WIllies on the other. Nevertheless, that's not really what catches your eye, right? No, it's the glorious and colorful big units that we notice rather than the precise height of the figures used. And that's good enough for me.

3 comments:

Bluebear Jeff said...

You also might want to remember the old trick of mounting the smaller figures on thick bases and the larger figures on thin bases.


-- Jeff

Dale said...

Don't you mean "from left to right"? The plastic figure appears to be on the left...

Grand Duchy of Stollen 1768 said...

Yes Dale -- You are correct. From left to right! Apologies.

Stokes

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