Actually from the site they are 25mm, which is bigger than 1/72, and works well for short 28mm characters. All of the models in my picture are 1/60 scale which is almost exactly 28mm.
Nope. 1/72 scale as in 1 inch = 6 feet
This is true, just as 1/60 scale is undeniably and concretely 1 inch = 5 feet.
Luoshangzhi wrote:1 inch = 6 feet is 25mm scale
This is possible but not always the case and frequently isn't so. XXmm scale is a relative scale, not an exact scale, the statement
Luoshangzhi wrote: measuring from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet of the figure not counting headgear or footwear.
proves this. XXmm scale is whatever you say it is, both 1/72 = 25mm and 1/60 = 25mm, are true, and both useless for comparative scaling, whereas 1/72, or 1/60 is a ratio and exact no matter the unit of measurement. 1/60 is 1 inch = 60 inches (5 feet) or 1 cm = 60 cm.
The At-at and dougram model are both 1/60 scale. Call them whatever XXmm scale you want, they are still 1/60 according to the model's measured size and the thing being modeled's given size. After browsing their site, I realized I already had a number of Starguard minis including your chicken walker. I was just looking for aliens than looked alien, and not humans with rubber masks. But in measuring the humans, if they are 1/72 scale, then they are 8 foot giants, which may be true considering Halo's Master Chief is an 8 foot advanced human.
This is why in general I don't use XXmm scales, because they are pretty much useless.
Luoshangzhi wrote:[For the record, I personally have contributed some background material and even a number of vehicle designs that are part of the Starguard! canon, including my very first prototype sci-fi vehicle design to ever enter production, the Ralnai "Leaping Beast" scout walker (Federation codename: Chickenfoot):