At the scale of this or any similarly tiny model, even fairly significant differences in height are imperceptible to the naked eye, and this is the largest AS model yet, scaled to a 32mm standard, I'm fairly sure. The height from the bottom of the heel (not including any "high" heel), to the top of the head indicates scale. Throughout the industry, that scale distance typically is representative of a six feet tall individual.
A visible (and measurable) difference of one eighth inch (3mm) would be one eighth of six feet, or 1/8th of 72 inches. Divide 72 by 8 and we're talking about a difference in height of 9 inches (!), and I guesstimate 1/8" to be about the smallest distance able to be accurately resolved by eye. Even a nearly invisible (yet measurable) difference of 1/16 inch (1.5mm) represents 4 and 1/2 inches of height, and manufacturers just don't create models with such differences in size, unless the scale has changed completely, or the figure being represented is a physical dwarf.
If the scale were any smaller than 32mm, that would mean these differences are even larger, not smaller. Further, if the representative figure were any shorter than six feet tall, even several inches of difference in height would be that much harder to resolve, probably impossible, using only the eyes. When the difference in size for a model in any scale as small as this one is noticeable to the naked eye or can be measured, the difference is significant enough to be a question of scale, not physique.
Edited by WarriorFish, 10 July 2019 - 11:24 AM.
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