This is an area that we may need to cover in more detail to help you enter your units. Use each of the fields in turn to enter the data about your unit.
This is the name that you would call the unit in your army. For example, “1st Cavalry”, “2nd Legion” or “Brigade Light Artillery” and so on.
This is where you choose from the drop down list the era your collection from. This could be like “Ancients (5000bc to 400ad)” or “Pike and Shot (1400ad to 1700ad).
Number of Figures
Enter the figure count for the unit in digits. (2mm stands on a base would be input as 4 figures)
From the drop down choose the figure type, “Plastic”, “Metal”, Resin or “User Defined Price”.
There are some combinations of this element that will not give you a price as it may be that the type does not exist as a figure type.
However if you choose the “User Defined Price” from Figure Type dropdown it will allow you to enter the figure cost yourself. In this example I have added the £6.50 price myself.
You will need to enter The Number of Figures, The Figure Type, The Figure Scale and The Figure Represents before you can add your own Figure Costs.
The Painted Build and Based will automatically fill the Final Figure Cost and the Formation Cost Still.
Enter the figure scale using the drop down, “2mm” to “54mm”.
From the drop down menu select what the figure represents, “Infantry”, “Mounted Complete or “Artillery” and so on.
This field will automatically work out and enter the cost of the basic figure from the information you have entered in the following fields: Figure Type, Figure Scale and Figure Represents
From the drop down menu select whether your figures are Painted, or not, by choosing Yes or No.
This field will automatically work out the painting cost of the figure from the information you have previously entered if you have said Yes to the Painted question.
From the drop down select whether your figures are Based, or not, by choosing Yes or No.
From the drop down menu select whether your figures needed Building, or not, by choosing Yes or No. For example, Plastic Figure generally come in pieces and need building.
Final figure Cost
This field will automatically work out and enter the final cost of the basic figure having added together all the extra detail from the information you have entered up to now.
This field will automatically work out and enter the total cost of the unit taking the Final Figure Cost and multiplying it by the Number of Figures in the unit.
The browse button will open a pop-up box that will allow to browse for a photo to add to the unit record.
Both JPG and PNG only are accepted. The unit photo size limit is set a 2MB.
There is also a set of controls for managing the photograph during the upload process. You can Crop, Rotate and Save the images amongst other things.
Out of Production
Yes or No to show whether a figure is still available (No) or out of production (Yes)
You can also now add a comment at the unit level too.
Add + Add and Copy
Click the green add button to add the unit to your collection. Click the Add and Copy to copy the unit and Add another one to save on data entry