Scratch Built 1/32 Scale Roman Fort (See further down for the Bridge)
Having collected both Imperial and Caesarian Roman armies in 1/32 scale this project had been on my radar for a while and this summer I finally got around to completing it.
The English Civil War in 54mm - 20/03/20
I've recently gathered forces for this conflict and thought I would share my experiences for anyone else considering doing like wise. I hope to update it, add photos and polish it up a bit as I proceed overtime.
How to Make Movement Trays for 1/32 Scale Soldiers
To make deploying my 1/32 scale troops around the table top battlefield as easy as possible I decided to put together some movement trays.
The brief I set myself was that they should be sturdy whilst being as 'low profile' as possible. They should also be fairly cheap and easy to make.
Whilst I am focusing here on trays for large scale figures you could use the same techniques for smaller sized figure trays.
Having covered 1/72 scale plastic figures in Part 1 of this article it’s now time to move on to their larger 1/32 scale cousins.
There is no industry standard for how tall such figures are with manufacturers interpreting it in their own way. Generally though we are talking about troops in this scale coming in at between 54mm - 60mm.
Carthaginian Elephants & Libyan and Numidian Skirmishers. 1/32 Scale
I mentioned in my last 1/32 scale blog post that I was working on some Carthaginians - well here they are. There are some elephants plus Libyan and Numidian skirmishers further down the page.
CARTHAGINIAN WAR ELEPHANTS