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POLL: Figure Identifier Board?

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maninthemoon writes:


I think that it would be Great to have a "Figure Identification Board" in our Fantasy Section.

It can create interest…if you have a really great miniature that you dug up at some Flea Market in a box and want to know more about it….someone might be able to help.

From there, you can learn more about the company and line and find more miniatures made by them that are really neat that you never knew existed.

Maybe, we could have a Poll Again sometime to get this Option in play.

As far as creating links…Flicker has a great free Website to post your photos…then you can link them to The Miniature Page.

You could easily create a folder for unidentified miniatures at that sight.

Sean in California

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richarDISNEY wonders...

I have been to many conventions, as well as club games, where somebody asks me who made the figs, and most of the times I can figure it out, but I have a few that completely stumps me on who made it. So...

I was thinking of a Figure Identifier (not a locator) Board. I have quite a few minis that I have painted or have in bags, and I have removed the manufactures tags, markings, backings or boxes. Now I wish I had this documented somewhere. For all of my figures now, I "Sharpie" in the name of the company as well as the product # on the bottom of the base. It's the geek in me...

I thought that it would be helpful to have a board in which a TMPer could provide a link to a picture of the miniature in question, and then hopefully have a fellow TMPer identify who was the manufacturer.

It could be interesting to have a board like this. It can really test the knoledge of some of the TMPers, as well as be informative for those who have or would like the info of who made the figures.