Good, I have long been on the forum but I have been very active. I appreciate your input because I have been very useful. I'm here to make a request.
I need to ship the Millenium Falcon Star Wars, Warhammer 40,000 figures in size 32 mm. I found some on the internet and its size is a little small. I not enlarge figures. Someone can give me some help. Also would need a second ship of that size.
Thank you very much in advance and excuse for my bad English.
Granted the Falcon isn't that large, but the models available are very much smaller than 32mm scale. My favorite Falcon is the one from SF Papercraft, www7a.biglobe.ne.jp/~sf-papercraft/sifi.html. With detailing, it makes a terrific model
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something like that would be like 4 feet wide 6 to 7 feet long and 2 feet high? on average that would be your whole playing table. It would take me months to design something like that and possibly years to build it.
I have seen the page you put the link, and it would be small, but I am doing. Only be outside. I made load and not be bigger than two pages of A4, I think scale would be about 55 cm x 40 cm, the original is 35 mx 25 m. I think it would be too big, as twice the UD-12 Chickenhawk of Toposolitario and somewhat larger than the UD-41 Dropship Utility of Ebbles, on a scale between 1:60 and 1:45.
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