Fleet Scale Success from Eli Arndt!

Since August I have been watching the progress of Eli Arndt’s tiny Fleet Scale Mecha designs and I am pleased to be able to say that Eli giving me the chance to get them into production has turned out brilliantly.  This month will see them released in their own part of the 15mm.co.uk website along with a special Barking Irons Online article for them all about their presence in USEME and how to make best use of them overall in gaming.

FS01 Sprue

FS01 Fleet Scale Mecha or 6mm Power Armour

FS06 Sprue

FS06 Fleet Scale Mecha or 6mm Power Armour

These are some of the smallest wargaming pieces I have ever dealt with and on average each of them is 6mm or less in size.  That said some clever mold making and production sees them in white metal which was then painted by Eve Hallow. They will be released as single miniatures and as value sprues which are a little cheaper.  There are nine different, and they are different, mecha and from the paint schemes I asked Eli for Eve has done a super job (I heard him gibber when he handed them over that never again…too small!).

O.G.Joel has a draft of a 6mm rules set for USEME and these will fit in lovely.

Well done Eli!


9 thoughts on “Fleet Scale Success from Eli Arndt!

  1. Outstanding! Definitely picking some of these up for my gaming in 6mm. Kudos to Eli and Eve!

    • Hello Maj,

      Thanks for your comment. They are great tiny miniatures, Eve got a lot of paint on them and Eli got a lot of detail on them.


  2. Thanks for the compliments guys. These really were a challenge but great fun and brilliant sculpts from Eli as per usual…
    Thank The Lord what I’m painting now is larger…


  3. Can’t wait until I find some time to paint mine! They’re truly some lovely little miniatures. Even though they’re listed as “fleet scale” figures, they very well function on 6mm scale which makes them similar to the “landmate” suits from Appleseed. Will have to dig up my old 6mm plastic spaceships from Silent Death, and paint them up in matching colours. 🙂

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