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Major Bogus19 Jan 2021 2:50 p.m. PST

So, i am just about to reemerge myself into buying and paiting figures. Looking at building the trans-caspia campaign. Its a hard one and not many figures seem to be available for some of the more esoteric stuff. But Blue Moon and Peter Pig both offer attractive ranges. Does anyone have ANY experience wit a combination of PP and BM 15mm figues? How do they compare?
Thank you all

Major Bogus19 Jan 2021 2:51 p.m. PST

So, i am just about to reemerge myself into buying and paiting figures. Looking at building the trans-caspia campaign. Its a hard one and not many figures seem to be available for some of the more esoteric stuff. But Blue Moon and Peter Pig both offer attractive ranges. Does anyone have ANY experience wit a combination of PP and BM 15mm figues? How do they compare?
Thank you all

Personal logo Flashman14 Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2021 3:35 p.m. PST

These two ranges represent the extremes on both ends for 15s. By reputation Blue Moon are very big, and in contrast, Peter Pig are quite small. You might find this useful: link

A slice:

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dragon6 Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2021 3:59 p.m. PST

Did you ever do the pirates comparison? Love to see that

Legionarius19 Jan 2021 4:01 p.m. PST

I WWII and Western PP. They are VERY sturdy and will not break or bend. However, they are small 15mm. Don't mix them with lines that approach 18mm.

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2021 4:01 p.m. PST

Peter Pig has a much larger selection for the RCW. They would be my first choice in 15mm.

PP has reworked some of their figures, so I am not certain how up to date the comparisons are, but they are at opposite ends of the 15mm spectrum.

DisasterWargamer Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2021 6:12 p.m. PST

Both ranges are nice – but wouldnt mix them – but than thats my preference

Mark Plant20 Jan 2021 12:56 p.m. PST

PP heads range makes conversions considerably easier. That may allow you to make some otherwise difficult figures.

In particular there is one with British sun helmet that might be handy.

Alexander Kutepov31 Jan 2021 7:10 p.m. PST

Can't say anything on Blue Moon but I have some from PP and they get the job done and any figures not cast can be made with their separate heads range, though their limited artillery guns and Armored vehicles range leave something to be desired.

JD Lee Supporting Member of TMP15 Aug 2021 10:31 a.m. PST

What does Blue Moon make that can be used for RCW?

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