Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Changing Size

As I've decided to go to Vanquish this weekend, I have made the decision to change the size of some of my figures.

I'm taking my 6mm Sumerians & Parthians to the bring & buy there & taking advantage of Newline Designs show offer to get the same armies in 10mm.

As I have a bunch of 10mm fantasy stuff they'll then be compatible with that, along with the addition of a few monsters, Wizards, etc.

That's the cunning plan anyway!

4 comments:

  1. 10mm (1/200th scale) is a great size. I seriously wish more people would use it. Itr has all the advantages of 15mm and 6mm combined. It is easier to store and easier to transport. Additionally the figures are very robust. Getting old/traditional wargamers to change is the only problem. And at present there is a lack of variety when compared to 15mm.

    I will strongly look forward to seeing your 10mm Anchients

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  2. Ah, if I were starting over, I'd probably do my Napoleonics in 10mm rather than 6mm. But I'm not; I've got too much invested already...

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  3. I have lots of (as yet unpainted) 10mm figures...great scale!

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  4. Ah, if I were starting over, I'd probably do my Napoleonics in 10mm rather than 6mm. But I'm not; I've got too much invested already...

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