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Re: Scaling up

Dear James,

whilst we appreciate the merits of bigger scales, we are fans of historical 1/72 scale miniatures and will remain in this niche in foreseeable future.
Best regards,

Strelets

Re: Scaling up

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Dear James,

whilst we appreciate the merits of bigger scales, we are fans of historical 1/72 scale miniatures and will remain in this niche in foreseeable future.
Best regards,

Strelets
Me, too, Strelets.

I wonder how exclusive the market is for the two different scales?
Are most like me: fans of 1/72 & nothing else, or is there a large cross over market?

donald

Re: Scaling up

Dear Strelets,

Thank you for replying. I suspected that would be the case and it makes perfect sense. Focus on what you do well—and you do it d@mned well, as Roger pointed out above!

Donald, from my network, which is small on a personal level, but increased greatly by blogs, I get the strong impression that most people restrict themselves to a single, preferred scale, be it 5/6 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm, 1/72 (perhaps with a bit of 20 mm/25 mm thrown in), 30 mm, 54 mm, or larger for model makers. However, the results of the Great Wargaming Survey suggest over 50% or respondents use three or more scales: https://www.karwansaraypublishers.com/wss_gws/gws-2019-scale-versus-style/

I'm into a bit of cross-over, so to speak, in selected eras, so perhaps I'm in the norm, for a change :joy:

Regards, James

Re: Scaling up

Disappointing but understandable.

To answer the question: I collect in both 1/72 and 1/32 scale though, with a few exceptions I concentrate my painting at 1/72 scale.