Knight Models 30mm Star Wars Review
After doing a review on the marginally impressive Wizards of the Coast Star Wars Miniatures I thought I would write a nice concise review of the 30mm Knight Models Star Wars miniature has to offer.
Packaging is professional and comes with a reference photo of the model you purchase on the back of the insert card (the model does not come pre-primed…primed this one before I though about doing the review).
The quality of the sculpts are amazing, and very close the the actual actor’s appearance…Harrison Ford never looked so good and would be proud of this miniature Solo.
Scale wise, they would fit in perfectly with Warhammer 40K miniatures, WotC Star Wars models, and are sculpted in a 30mm non-heroic scale.
They are easy to convert as well, I took the Anakin Skywalker model and turned it into this Kit Fisto using one of the WotC models and a bunch of green stuff.
Luminara Unduli and Barriss Offee are the two newest Jedi they are producing. Looking at their online store it seems that these two will be sold together which makes spending the $20 a little less difficult.
All in all these are fantastic models, their price is a bit high for a single model ($20 USD), but when you compare that with some of Games Workshop’s pricing it really isn’t out of place. One knock…the base. They supply you with a simple, standard 25mm round base to mount this fantastic sculpt on…for $20 I’d like to get a bit nicer base like the 30mm rounded lip bases I mounted mine onto.
I have to give these models a glowing 8.5 out of 10 for quality of the sculpt and the usefulness of the packaging card for painting reference. The standard base, limited number of characters and the price are the only knocks I can find.
These really are a must have! 🙂