Hey there, everyone! Thanks in advance for entertaining my question. I do not collect Legos in any shape or form, but I recently hit on an idea involving Star Wars legos that might save me some greif and work. This is where I am hoping to get your input.
I collect Star Wars 1:32 scale (roughly 60mm) figures from various sources, most notably Hasbro's discontinued Star Wars Command series from the now defunct toy line from the show Star Wars Rebels. I am in the process of converting many to expand my collection to include figures I do not already have. I have been tryingt to sculpt and replicate helmets for certain figures, but it is tedious and time consuming. I recently noticed on Amazon that some the Star Wars Lego minifigures have very nicely scultped helmets, and I am wondering (given their imaginative perportions!) whether some of these oversized Lego helmets might work with my 55-60mm figures.
I am most interested in the The Force Awakens First Order Crew Helmet or the Imperial Naval Trooper helmet (If I can even find those!). Links to pics below:
First Order Crewman: http://images.brickimedia.org/thumb/2/24/75101Crew.jpg/250px-75101Crew.jpg
First Order Flame Trooper: http://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5644/20391705148_ee1d525551.jpg
Imperial Navy Trooper (anyone even know where these can be found reasonably cheaply?): http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51MGzh77pOL._SY300_.jpg
I am hoping to match the helmets with figures from this range and size(as you can see, they are roughly the size of tradtional army man toys): http://www.treefrogtreasures.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=158119&d=1408414623
My figures will ultimately be based and painted for wargaming.
So, does anyone here think this would work? If you have any of these Star Wars lego figures and are familiar with the size of 1:32 figures, would they be the right size?
Many thanks in advance for your input on this very strange question! If I do wind up buying some Lego minis for their helmets, I would gladly share the bodies with whoever helps (yes, that sounds weird, but you get the idea :-) !
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