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I was in Michaels Crafts yesterday buying some wood, and I noticed they now carry figures from Safari Inc. The figures are a bit elaborate but were the same size as my credit card: 3.5"+. The pirates seemed most likely to be choppable into someting useful - but the French King would make a great stationmaster!
 

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RE: Fantasy & Pirates in 1:20th at Michaels

Or maybe leave the figures as is and bash some rolling stock to look like it was built using technology from their era.

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I haven't seen them up close and personal, but these Safari figures look good Modern Hikers if your modeling in a fairly modern era. Some of the upcoming figures also look promising.

Robert
 

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RE: Fantasy & Pirates in 1:20th at Michaels

Them's the ones, Robert, though Michaels (a) only charges $4.99 and (b) has some witches and other out-of-this-world types that I didn't see on your linked site.
 

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RE: Fantasy & Pirates in 1:20th at Michaels

Hi,

I think these cheap supermarket figures are a good source for some individual creations. Mainly if you need an engineer with a parrott o its shoulder or a station master for a long forgotten line






Have Fun

Fritz / Juergen
 
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