My preferred scale/figure size is 15mm, I do find it slightly disheartening the dominance of 28mm in magazines and at shows. It’s not the end of the world, but it would be good to see something other than 28mm represented in a printed magazine.
15mm wise, Vapnartak is the best show for me as there are usually 5 or 6 15mm manufacturers present.
Martin over at Peter Pig has tried to launch a 15mm centric e-magazine, downloadable free from the PP website. It’s a good start.
Under representation seems to be a common theme with smaller sized figures (probably due to the absence of 15mm/10mm/etc manufacturing behemoths)
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