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Seven Year War Afficianado






Chicago

I've been curious about this for some time. They are called 35mm and the comany says they are measured Sole-to-eye like other miniatures, but I've never seen a picture of one next to a ruler. The company-supplied picture is woefully inadequate, lacking any measuring tool, not labeling of the reference lines and failing to even have the various figures feet on on the same plane.



My curiosity is mostly about whether they will be at all compatible with my RAFM Airship Pirates (Kickstarter) when they arrive. So far the Airship pirates I've seen seem to be solidly in the 30-32mm (Sole to eye) range.

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I measured one of my Warrior Nation Braves who is basically standing straight up (with a slight stoop), and he's 33mm from the bottom of his feet to his eyes.

   
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Chicago

Thanks!
That should be fairly compatible with some of the newer steampunk figures from Reaper, Dystopian Legions and Malifaux. Not too much taller than RAFM Airship PIrates either.

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Portland, OR

I will double check and measure with the caliper when I get home. If I recall though last time, they measured roughly 32-33mm to the eyes and its 35mm to the top of the head.

 
   
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Portland, OR

The Copelie Sisters (Outlaw Sidekicks) measured from the bottom of their feet to the eyes at 34-35mm. They almost fully standing upright and were resin versions.
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Zarelda Kinckade (Mercenary) measured from the bottom of her feet to the eyes 33mm. She isn't standing fully upright and was a plastic version.
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Chicago

Thanks for that. 35mm to the eye is going to be really tall against 30mm figures, but might still work with 32mm stuff.

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