A few 1/72 plastic NPCs

Rob Dean

Continuing with the Portable Fantasy Game, I finished off a few more figures this week. The second figure from the left is, of course, from the Airfix Robin Hood set; the remainder are all from Linear-B’s Age of Tudors box of civilians.  When you are looking around for fantasy/medieval civilians in 1/72, you have to be open to what you can find…so fashion in my fantasy world is going to be very flexible.

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2 thoughts on “A few 1/72 plastic NPCs

  1. bucksurdu says:

    You always see mediaeval people in costumes in which the sleeves or legs are different colors. Was that an intentional aesthetic or due to lack of resources?

  2. Rob Dean says:

    Intentional, I believe; sleeves and trouser legs were separate items laced onto the jerkin or codpiece, so you could mix and match…

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