Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Medieval Baggage (2)

Another bit of the baggage train fnished :-D Makes involved?? Bods, Zvezda, Minart, Redbox, Airfix, Orion and Strelets. Mules...Airfix, Atlantic (Nexus) Artminiaturen. Oxen, Finescale facotry. Dog...Airfix.
Cart with tents (?)
Mule train
The whole lot so far :-D
A couple more wagons... ( a medicus one etc ), an oxen team for pulling heavy equipment and some civilian carts and it will be finished

19 comments:

  1. That is just a superb collection of figs Paul.
    Great work and just cries out to be ambushed by somebody, maybe Robin Hood?

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  2. Nice work but that's a lot of manure manufacturing there.

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  3. That's how you can tell who is the king, he's the only one that hasn't got **** all over him.

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  4. Excellent stuff! Baggage, supplies etc is to often overlooked by wargamers but they are such an essential part of an army more should be done to represent these on the battlefield.

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  5. Great baggage train, I like the shields on the wagons, you can never have enough of these items, it opens up so many scenarios and ideas for games. Ray

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  6. your train is absoluty great!!

    Cheers
    Wolfgang

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  7. Thanks :-D
    I forgot to say...some of the packs etc are taken from 1/32nd tamiya germans...the multi part ones.
    Cheers
    paul

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  8. What a superb collection! My Saxons and Vikings are thoroughly envious - I love all the little details in there such as the well painted shields too.

    Thanks for adding to my already very long list of modelling projects mate!

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  9. Great stuff Paul, I would love to see your army lay siege to a castle It could make a great game. A large camp, siege engines, supply train and plenty of camp followers to make it interesting.

    Nuff to make any gamer feel a bit tight in the trousers.

    Cheers Will

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  10. Now that's baggage! Or as the Romans said "Impedimentia."

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  11. Super job, where oh where to do store all these?

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  12. Awesome work Paul. you must have warehouse somewhere to store all your stuff!!

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  13. Great stuff! I always really like the extras!

    Christopher

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  14. impressive collection of baggage!

    cheers
    Matt

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