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Large scales

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by Nap, May 4, 2017.

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DO YOU PREFER 90 MM OR 120 MM IN FULL FIGURES ( IRRESPECTIVE OF PERIOD/SUBJECT ) ?

Poll closed May 18, 2017.
90 mm 16 vote(s) 43.2%
120 mm 21 vote(s) 56.8%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Ong Active Member

    I used to follow 1/35, but now I prefer 1/24 to 1/16. I just find 1/35, even with 3D scanning and sculpting, to be too small to see any of the details, and as I get older, I don't have the patience to fiddle with such small 1/35 parts that are hard to glue and paint. I mean it, when it comes to figures, sometimes size really does matter and the larger it is, the more impressive it is.

    What I think is needed are more accessory sets, guns and gear, for 1/24 to 1/16th scale figures. Decades later and there still aren't any 1/20 or 1/16 Sci-Fi gear and weapons sets, which really hinders kitbashing and customization. Sure, there's Shapeways and one can commission someone to make these things now with 3D software and 3D printing, but still, nothing really beats resin offerings.
  2. Ronaldo Well-Known Member

    Greater detail in the larger scales , that is what should happen but not always the case, by the time you get to 200mm you should be seeing detail on buttons ect I commonly see sabres without fluting , cuff just blocked out , chin scales and badges just fudged up.

    Some of this comes down to casting restrictions , where Metal models scores is that B L comes from a school of engravers
  3. Ned Ricks Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Smaller scales allow for more finished items in the display case at home. But, IMHO, larger scales, especially busts in 1/9 or so, allow for some nice work on faces, eyes and such.
  4. NeilW Active Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom

    Nah... 6mm scale busts (not 2 or 3mm, that would be silly) ;)
  5. Rob Brown Member

    Country:
    United-States
    I actually prefer 1/9th scale but 1/16 is good also
    MCPWilk likes this.
  6. Roc Active Member

    Country:
    United-States

    I prefer 90 mm. figures.......
  7. BESPJL Active Member

    Country:
    Portugal
    Due to space limitation 1/32 is preferred with 75mm as limit.
  8. MrBMB A Fixture

    Nap
    I only do legs from the belt down
    3D printed not hand sculpted
    And I prefer if one leg is pointing
    Mostly 28mm or smaller depends if wearing heels or not
    Nap, fogie and NeilW like this.
  9. fogie A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
  10. Nap Forum Moderator

    Country:
    England

    Brilliant ...send me the upper parts ...LOL

    Nap
  11. DAVIDE New Member

    Hi guys. We decide to produce figures and accessories in 1/18 scale. Our first figure is a LW FJ in Krete in 1941. I hope you enjoy this PP3.jpg PP1.jpg PP2.jpg

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