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Absolutely spot on, Chris!
Thanks, Bryan. When I saw this photo online, it just spoke to me that it explained the situation more eloquently than I could put it into words, thus I grabbed it, gave it the lolcat treatment over at BigHugeLabs, and viola!
That picture is 'spot on' Chris... But I simply can't bring myself to do it. Hell I struggle to play a game when there's more than one manufacturer on the table!! Sad I know...
I understand. I was that way at one time. It's a hard mindset to shake if you're inculcated into it initially.
Are the weapons of the taller people proportionately larger ? (and there's no great disparity in head sizes etc).I have no problems with scale, but 28mm and 35mm are not scales.I have a problem with a lot of figures that have hands over a foot long or fingers nearly 2 inches thick,
Hey, freaks gotta work somewhere, right? And I know the mm labels aren't scales, but you find me another single word I can use in a headline that makes for easy comprehension that doesn't belabor the point. Believe me, I tried.
Spot on pic, that is always been the way how I think and argue when it comes to scale of minis that we as humans are all different shapes, sizes and odd designs...I have zero issue with using off scales...4
That is great! Height doesn't bother however weapons sizes do a little bit.
Ha! Great photo Christipher! I promised Milsy an article on this better get cracking.
Look, they even have some 15mm ones in front ;)