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New Akritis miniatures

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Akritis, Jul 22, 2015.

  1. Akritis Active Member

    Country:
    Greece
    New diorama and figure accessories.
    Made by Red 10254033_1681729635380214_4608604693166506615_n.jpg 10438280_1681729605380217_2757289752174846333_n.jpg 11141191_1681729385380239_4139821032955336907_n.jpg 11215836_1681729688713542_3137205406539395731_n.jpg 11709642_1681729432046901_2505694256387258971_n.jpg 11745719_1681729622046882_3401453308356750855_n.jpg 11752556_1681729405380237_1112663352908800555_n.jpg 11753687_1681729548713556_7038961159166868724_n.jpg 11755628_1681729555380222_6853411687553887108_n.jpg 11760211_1681729402046904_2792437042713643017_n.jpg 11760314_1681729545380223_3877713140436715534_n.jpg Guilform Plaster
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  2. gregmarm Active Member

    Country:
    Greece
    great work George!!!:)
  3. mick3272 A Fixture

    Very nice but would like to see some of these for 120mm mick
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  4. gforceman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    And I for 28 mm ;)

    Cheers,

    Gino
  5. Adrian Cowdry Well-Known Member

    Superb looking items - 120mm would be great too!
  6. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    These look useful
  7. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    This is handy stuff for those that deal with 54mm & 1/35th.

    Perhaps, your selling options would hugely increase by scaling-up to, 75-90mm+

    Still, its very nice work.

    Mark.
  8. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Can't understand why no one goes up to 75mm at least with this type of stuff as most modellers are working in this scale these days , where as the 54mm stuff tends to be more of a collectors scale with the pros .

    I hear the war cry ; what about 90mm 100,mm and 120 , getting to the top end of these scales doesn't always work with backdrops as the illusion tend to disappear :rolleyes:
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  9. mick3272 A Fixture


    Ron,
    I take your point about bigger scales not always working as they would be to big ie a shop front would be like a small garden shed, but I feel there is an opening for some smaller items.
    Mick
  10. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    You have a point there Mick .
    The 120 scale starts to unravel when you group a bunch of figures together and is best for stand alone .
    It works ok in the hands of Smudger with grouped busts though
  11. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Ron, I mostly agree with your thought process.(y)

    However, let me be the first to submit a 'War-Cry'. :D

    What, is the question here? ... the larger the scale, the more reduced the back-scene has to be ? because it reduces the impact of the figure. ?? I disagree.

    Any, over indulgent back-drop, will draw attention away from the central figure, regardless of scale.

    However, is it a case of space?? .. and the size of the base required. ??

    As an example, your, Pegaso, 'Hospitaller',@ 90mm. If it was available @120mm. Would you have cut down the whole scene because it's 120mm.? or adapt, and keep it within context/scale.

    My bug-bear, being! is that there are huge amounts of 54mm 1/35th, ready to go and adaptable , kit out there. Then compare this to, 90-120mm available kit. .. The latter is sadly, massively lacking.

    Ok, 'War-Cry', over.

    Mark.
  12. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    I think I did state that we need more in the 75mm scale as it is fast becoming the collectors scale also .
    Gone are the days when we only had 54mm or 25mm wargames figs . Blame Ray Lamb for this with his 75mm old Garde Grenadier sometime in the seventies marketed by Hinchcliffe , Fek am I that old :eek:
  13. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    :LOL:, I have 5 different pieces of those, 75's, by 'Ray Lamb & Hinchliffe', plus assorted kit. ... it's funny what one remembers when prompted. :D

    Mark.

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