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Designing ships [possible BFG scale]

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Re: Designing ships [possible BFG scale]

Postby Malika » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:20 am

Just throwing this here...

Novan Elites Felis Class Stealth Ship x 4 - £5.00
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Felis Class stealth ships are used by Novan Elite forces for special missions and deep recon operations and carry special ordinance amongst their arsenal. A small reasonably well armoured vessel the Felis relies heavily on its stealth technology to evade detection. A black ops ship more than a front line combat vessel it nevertheless has proven its worth in many campaigns the length and breadth of Commonwealth space.

Set contains:

4 x Felis stealth ship hulls
4 x optional wings sets

Model length: 31mm

https://vanguardminiatures.co.uk/shop/n ... -ship-x-4/
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Re: Designing ships [possible BFG scale]

Postby Malika » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:32 am

Feedback needed!

Hi people I'm looking for some feedback, I have in now masters of the little civilian ships which are currently cast on to sprues as seen in the first picture of the original prints, obviously they do not come with stands as I was anticipating that people would want to drill them and mount them on wire.

It occurs to me now that customers may prefer cast on stands to save a lot of labour and so I'm looking at detaching them from the sprues and casting on the flight stand show in the second picture. This stand will fit standard epic bases with the 6mm recess.

The other option is to provide these bases loose and you drill and pin them to the models yourself, what would be the preferred option please. Models are around 20mm long.


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