15mm Japanese Fantasy size comparison.
First apologies, here's what I did in the day I got them. 'Er in doors wants her camera back (I know! Really-) plus there's another skool holiday coming up that's going to cut of both gaming and painting.
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Dixon's from one of their few “mixed bags”. This range seems to have stopped production/
Eureka Medievals Samurai and Shugenja, follower with Naginata
Dixons 28mm (although I'm sure they were “25mm” when I first bought them) Oni and Naga.
Goblin Archers. Three poses, one armoured, two similar unarmoured. Good size, very orc's.
Goblin Polearm. Nice range from unarmoured to similar to a Medieval follower or lightly armed Bushi.
Eurika's Shukenka vs their earlier Samurai
The Schoolgirls - a little larger than I expected, but useful for almost any setting.
Eurika's geisha is very prim in comparison.
Last the Kappa, lovely little figures - great weapons.
A sneak peek. This is sort of where I'm going
Monks vs goblin horde. Flashing Naginatas Andrea!
Medieval peasants, a few followers and Bushi cavalry backed by a Shugenja battle the warband of a Dai Oni comprising a good old green goblin horde, his kids and some Tengu.