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Does anybody have a scale picture of one of Tre's dwarves next to an equivalent one from another manufacturer?

 

I absolutely adore his dwarf sculpts, but I remember them seeming very small, by current standards. (I may be mistaken)

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10 hours ago, klarg1 said:

Does anybody have a scale picture of one of Tre's dwarves next to an equivalent one from another manufacturer?

 

I absolutely adore his dwarf sculpts, but I remember them seeming very small, by current standards. (I may be mistaken)

I found this one after searching Google for a bit:

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Tre's Sculpts are, if memory serves, true 28mm. They are a bit smaller than the Standard Reaper fig. I love them though. So much amazing detail. 

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On 8/8/2017 at 7:52 AM, Grefven said:

Here is another picture I found thanks to my amazing Google-Fu

 

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Hasslefree dwarf, RBG dwarf, RBG dwarf, 90s GW halfling, 80s GW dwarf 

 

http://warhammer-empire.com/theforum/index.php?topic=6724.125

 

i have that halfling! 

 

Oh, that really does date when I was buying GW. Man, I'm old. My minis could be going to college.

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Well, thanks to someone posting a picture of one of these lady dwarves in the bones thread, I pledged for this. Just a little pledge, but still. Thanks, you guys!

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2 hours ago, redambrosia said:

Well, thanks to someone posting a picture of one of these lady dwarves in the bones thread, I pledged for this. Just a little pledge, but still. Thanks, you guys!

 

I love the female dwarves in this they look impressively dwarven, by which I mean everything looks stately, well made and functional, No excessive cleavage, good poses, useful armor or robes, and ALVAHILDR THE WHITE may just be the best looking Dwarf wearing robes I have ever seen and is the best looking Dwarf mini I can think of.

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might need the female with the bird on the staff.. but shipping for one mini is the same as the price of the mini.. might need to wait until Tre has more stuff I want

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The surveys have gone out on this. 

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4 minutes ago, Loim said:

The surveys have gone out on this. 

Yep.  filled mine out last weekend. 

 

Note:  the last update said that a couple figures got left off of the checklist.  You can add them in the comment section (which I did for three of them).

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