Redstaff Posted November 16, 2022 Share Posted November 16, 2022 50 minutes ago, trickyrich said: Say for 1/72nd at a minimum B-29 size or larger, and for 1/48th at least Lancaster in size. Ideally in both of these scales the model needs to be huge. This is still very much open for discussion so am interested what other members think. Hi Rich Be careful that you don't open a can of worms here and create yourself a lot of aggro and extra work, IMHO the original sizes/scales etc was what people voted for and agreed upon as it was something different to the norm. For instance, a 1/76 scale 9F steam loco is a big beast in real life, however as a kit it is quite small, a 1/35 tank transporter in real life is huge, in kit form, not so big. There seem to be a lot of grey areas as to different peoples perceptions of big, The Titanic was big, but in 1/700 scale it wouldn't qualify, but in 1/350 it would, or would they both qualify as the subject is large Do you see where my haddled brain is taking me? 1/72 and 1/48 aircraft are in the majority of most peoples favoured scales, so this could end up as a "normal" GB if 1/72 and 1/48 scales were included, rather than the Go large or go home title suggests But that's just my opinion and I'll go with the flow as I'm still on for a 1/12th car of some description Ian 6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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