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The H Man04 Jan 2020 2:47 p.m. PST

Some 19mm Chinese miners I have been working on.



79thPA Supporting Member of TMP04 Jan 2020 2:54 p.m. PST

Nice, but why 19mm?

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP04 Jan 2020 3:28 p.m. PST

Great work – but I also wonder about why 19 versus say 18 or 20 mm?

The H Man04 Jan 2020 8:53 p.m. PST

Thank you both. They are for HO rail.

Rdfraf Supporting Member of TMP05 Jan 2020 10:17 a.m. PST

Really nice sculpts! But is HO scale 19mm?

DyeHard06 Jan 2020 12:43 p.m. PST

The problem with size names.

Thankfully TMP has a reference page:
"1/87 Same as HO scale (model railroad scale – "HO" is "half O" scale, or 1:87.2). Several popular lines of pre- assembled and painted armored vehicles are available in this scale. 18.5mm"
TMP link

Sure 19mm is not a commonly used name, but for HO i.e. 1/87 not a bad one.

The H Man07 Jan 2020 7:14 p.m. PST

Thankyou. I'd just say HO, but mm seems better for wargaming purposes.



Grimmer08 Jan 2020 12:30 a.m. PST

Looking good!

The H Man08 Jan 2020 9:09 p.m. PST

Cheers. I took this photo in my new light box. A card water box with an LED on a 9 volt battery. Works a lot better than trying to avoid shadows under a lamp, as the top pic proves.

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