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I'm going to ask this here and in the conversion forum...

 

I'm wanting to do a conversion with the end result being a Gamma World Hoop. I like the head of the rabbit on the Alice and White Rabbit mini in the chronoscope line. But not knowing how big Alice is, I can't judge well how big the white rabbit's head is...

 

Can anyone tell me the size of either Alice or the rabbit?

 

Thanks!

 

Keith

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Ya, I saw that Alice and Rabbit heads looked the same size... but if Alice is sculpted as a little girl.... then rabbit head is small. :) If she is a larger mini then rabbit head is larger. :) which is why I asked the question about how big is Alice. I didn't know about the triangle reference. I'll go have a look.

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I've painted up the "Alice and White Rabbit" miniatures recently, and this Alice is definitely NOT meant to be a "little girl." If she were, with that outfit, and that build, I would be disturbed. Anyway, the Alice in that set is normal-human-adult-sized, while the rabbit is a little add-on for the base.

 

The rabbit is indeed scaled in such a way that its head is comparable in size to the head of a typical Reaper miniature. Getting it OFF the body might be a bit tough, as the rabbit miniature has no distinguishable NECK, but it could probably be used for a head swap.

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