How do you scale miniatures?

1″ scale: 1 foot in real life, equals 1 inch in miniature life. Also known as 1/12th Scale. Always when breaking down a real life object to a certain scale, you divide the length and width by the number of parts in scale , 12 for one inch scale, 24 for half scale, or 48 for quarter scale.

What does scale mean in miniatures?

Miniature Scale is… …the defined size ratio between a miniature version of an object and its full size counterpart. Perhaps the easiest model scale is one inch to the foot, the most common for dollhouses.

What does the scale 1/100 convert to?

A 1:100 scale is the representation of an object and/or subject that is 100 times smaller that it’s real world size of 1. So when reading this scale, 1 unit is the equivalent and equal to 100 units.

What is the difference between 1/12 and 1 24 scale?

The next smallest common dollhouse scale is 1:24. It is twice as small as the standard 1:12 size. Because it is half the size, it is commonly also referred to as ‘half scale’ or ‘half inch’. Here, 1 foot equals half an inch.

How tall is a 1/12 scale?

For starters, the Mezco Toyz action figure is 1:12 scale which puts most figures at roughly 6 inches tall.

Is 40K 28mm or 32mm?

The scale of Warhammer 40K Space Marines is 1:64 (28mm/32mm) scale, with Heroic scale proportions.

What scale are 25mm miniatures?

Scales

Figure height Scale foot Scale ratio
20 mm ≈4 mm ≈1:76–1:72
25/28 mm ≈4.17 mm ≈1:64
30 mm 5 mm ≈1:61.0
32 mm ≈5.33 mm ≈1:57.2

Which is bigger 1/12 scale or 1 24 scale?

The next smallest common dollhouse scale is 1:24. It is twice as small as the standard 1:12 size. Because it is half the size, it is commonly also referred to as ‘half scale’ or ‘half inch’.