|Barrett Scale:||28½M (Elves), 21¾M/L (Dwarf).|
|Mixes best with:||Any of the fantasy/pulp WW2 figures.|
|Long Review:||A nice touch is the fact that these figures come on slotted bases, which are also supplied.
The Allied Elf and Dwarf are wearing US-inspired kit and have rifles that look like Garands. The Elf, other than having cut-outs for his ears in his helmet, unfashioably long hair and having a thigh-pocket more suitable for post-WW2, is indistinguishable from many WW2 US human troops. The Dwarf, identically equipped but without the helmet cut-outs and thigh-pocket, is thrusting his Garand (with fitted bayonet) into something, and has a suitably Dwarven beard.
The Axis figures, apart from jack-boots and coal-scuttle helmets (with ear cut-outs, again), have no discernible alliance as such- the equipment is a mixture of armour and swords and modern clothing with gasmasks.
The sculpting and casting on all the figures is clean and neat, with little flash and (especially on the "Axis" figures, an incredible amount of fine detail.
|Commentary:||Interesting figures- I look forward to seeing the range expand- especially the Allied figures.|
|Sources:||Samples sent by Michael at Rebel Minis on request.|
|Sculptors:||Axis Elves by James Linehan, Allied Elf and Dwarf by Bobby Jackson|
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