Average S/M/L Trek Wizkids and Eaglemoss ship sizes

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Average S/M/L Trek Wizkids and Eaglemoss ship sizes

Postby Xen » Sat Apr 16, 2016 3:11 am

Not for every ship they produce. Just a small, medium and large version to give me an estimate. If there's an online list that would work as well. :)

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Re: Average S/M/L Trek Wizkids and Eaglemoss ship sizes

Postby kobayashimaru » Tue Apr 19, 2016 3:26 am

I stand corrected hehe :borg:
here's a couple of handy links;

http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Star ... Collection
Above: memory alpha has done a live-wiki for the collection ; the conversions are accurate. note some ships are at a technical 'box-scale' scale.
a standout feature, upon review of this source, is that memory alpha maintains a list of comparable sources to a known model - if only this were around from the get-go eh?

Above: sourced from user Matt D of boardgamegeek - this is for ST:Attack Wing, though the exact same figures were also used in ST:Fleet Captains and ST: Tactics, so this would count for those as well.
There have been very minor errors in the conversion - yet they're instantly updated, and this is a live thread to.
Note the handy color coded layout and easy-to-read format - many thanks Matt D
Also included are some illustrative comparison photos, but you'll have to see those after the jump at
https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/103543 ... anted-know

these are for everything ever made to date, yet they're well written and quick'n'easy to read.

that's the short answer,
believe it or not,
most of the eaglemoss and wizkids minis
are to 'box-scale', and not quite to proper scale with each other.
Luckily, between those two link, there'll be data tables you can find, to get the collection that suits you best.

this was part of the bell curve that made 1:4848.48 a nice line of best fit,
to get a little around 1:5000ish, without being quite as tiny as 1:5000 :lol:

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