Monday, 16 May 2011

Medieval Seige machines...1

The 1st half of the seige park finished!! :-D

The Ram
Roof added
I´ve made the roof removable so the crew can be seen
Being pushed into position
The Catapult
The seige park workers deployed to operate the catapult
A Testudo
I know this has another name but it escapes me at the moment. This was made from the second Ram in the Miniart Rams set.
Being pushed by the busy bods from the seige park
Mobile wheeled walls ( Mantlets)
From Zvezda.  The shield patterns I´ve added to give a bit of colour.
In Action with two bods from Orions Medieval seige troops set.
The Crew
A line up of the crew. Orion, Miniart and Zvezda.
Hello to Luca from Peana di piombo blog. He says he´s passionate about Ancient wargaming...and after looking at his blog, I´ll agree with him. :-D

21 comments:

  1. Are you going to war?
    Nice stuff, really like the shields on the mantlets.

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  2. Very nice, that must be one hell of a castle they're gonna be attacking!!

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  3. I love a bit of siege, great work on those.

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  4. Nice work - when I saw the mantlet and hand gonne crew all I could think was "Pull!"

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  5. Impressive looking figures and pieces (as usual). The shield patterns on the mantlets are a particular nice touch.

    Regards,
    Matt

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  6. Good lord. Wonderful stuff. And the shields? excellent! When can we see them in action?

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  7. Your attention to detail is just so superb. Too good!

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  8. I like that you made the roof removable.. else it looked like a little hut in wheels ;)

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  9. Wonderful stuff Paul. Now you've got me wondering what the name of that thing is...

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  10. That's turning in a quite an army Paul!

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  11. Great stuff Paul! Really excellent models

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  12. Brilliant - love the crew figs!

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  13. Wonderful stuff! Well done !

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  14. Now if that ain't looking beautiful...
    Great work!

    //mojo

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  15. Now, this set is not one of the best, but with your work, you surely have restored its aspirations!
    Very good work Paul. The figures (alongside with you heraldry goodies) are unique!!
    T.

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  16. That's my ideal for wargame modelling!
    great.
    luca

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  17. You've been busy mate!!!They look cracking little machines.I might have to dig my set out soon the wat things are going.

    Cheers Rich.

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  18. Great looking collection, Paul...very well done.

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