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Old 03-21-2017, 12:55 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I didn't mean to be pedantic but they do seem to be more in the 1:29 ~ 1:32 range of usefulness.
Maybe 1:24 too but just depends on the actual model and exact size.
I like the idea of a 'Wally' hidden within a large layout for people to find.

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Oh, I have a number of Waldo figurines that scale out nicely to 1/24 or close to it. Like these three currently on EBAY:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VTG-Wheres-W...MAAOSw4CFYpf~Z

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Wheres-...UAAOSwmLlX6eb8

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wheres-Waldo...3D201836999229

Plus others. The idea is to have a Waldo hidden in plain sight in different 'districts' of the layout. Along with other sorts of characters, ranging from repainted green army men to superheroes to zombies to whatever else I can find.

But I still run the search now and again just to see what pops up.
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The daughter gave me a Cthulhu bobble-head a couple years ago. I figure he(?) it (?) could account for the zombies...but maybe he could use a good lieutenant...
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I bit the bullet and ordered two of these a couple weeks ago. They arrived today. Definitely on the small side - too small for teenagers, but workable for children of the 8-12 year old set.

Then again, owing to 'reach issues,' I have one or two parts of the layout that will be 1:32 or smaller as a 'forced perspective' thing. She might fit in there.
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