When someone creates a miniature, they have the copyright to the mini, that is, the right to create copies of it. Creating copies without the permission of the copyright holder is illegal.

If sculptor wants to copy the designs of an existing intellectual property (IP), they need the IP holder's permission to do that. Copying the original designs without the licence is illegal. The law protects every design for a number of years. After it has passed, you can use the design but you still can't make physical copies of the originals.

I've seen several opinions and question on the internet about the legalities of copying miniatures, so I've collected some of them.

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This a collection of articles about tips for working with miniatures. I've collected the sources and tutorials I've found interesting. 

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Papercraft terrain & scenery are often used to create cheap wargames props. I collected some sources with free to use papercraft files.

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Article updated: 2018.01.23

I've gathered some painting tips you might find useful. The material from this article has been moved to other painting related articles.

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I've gathered some definitions that are useful to know when work with miniatures.

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If you are trading miniatures in bulk or buy used lots of minis, you sometimes end up with miniatures that do not really fit your collection. I've collected some ideas what to do with them, if you don't want to spend time to get rid of them.

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Zombie figures of different miniature scales

Updated: 2018.07.03

Knowing the size and proportions of a miniature is important if you have an established collection you'd like to expand. Determining niniature size and miniature scale is often hard, as even the producing companies use confusing scale references.

While browsing through websites of companies that produce miniatures I often run into articles that are either trying to explain miniature scales the wrong way or complain that their customers demand to know what scale and size their products are.

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In wargames the miniatures depict the people who fight battles. It depends on your philosophy how do they appear on the table.

The appearance of the miniature will be most important if the character you are trying to paint wears uniform or camouflage.

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