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Bases for "Huge" and "Small" tabletop minis? (WotC/WizKids sells Medium and Large, but not those other sizes)
Question for everyone and anyone who deals with D&D/tabletop scale miniatures.
By that scale, I mean:
- 1" (25mm) = 5ft
- Medium = 1"
- Large = 2"x2"
- Huge = 3"x3"
- Small = 0.75"x0.75"
So the Wizards of the Coast officially licensed Deep Cuts bases by Neca/WizKids (currently the official manufacturer of the D&D minis line such as Nolzur's Marvelous Minis as well as Paizo's Pathfinder minis), sells packs of blank bases for Medium (1") and Large (2") creatures.
(Example of the product I'm talking about: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P14FLYP/
Also, when Wizkids sells a Small creature mini (Goblin, Halfling, etc), there's an official "Small" base (0.75") bundled with the mini. Same goes for Huge creatures. They make their own "official" 3" base. These bases are included with the mini.
But they don't sell packs of the blank Small and Huge bases separately, they way they sell blank Medium and Large bases.
So my problem I'm getting at is, WizKids does make Small and Huge bases, but they don't sell them separately.
The trouble comes with providing bases for Small and Huge creatures that I paint/print/etc. I can go with something like Games Workshop or Reaper bases, but, then the bases look different (Reaper's are like 4x as tall as WizKid's bases).
WizKid's bases are plain, black, ultra-thin, and basically functional and non-distracting. However, I guess my Small and Huge minis will not match the Medium and Large ones.
What has anyone else been using?
(Also, if any Neca/WizKids or Hasbro/Wizards reps read this subreddit post, please... sell packs of Small and Huge sized bases!)
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