Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Medieval baggage

First part of a medieval baggage train. Donkeys and carts later.
Haycart. The cart and oxen are from the Pegasus "California mission indians"  A good little set..lots of very usefull monk bods. The bod from Zvezda´s Medieval peasant army.
Zvezda gun "carriage" and orion bods from the Medieval siege troops set.
The zvezda gun "carriage" with the team guide from the set.
With gun added
The baggage so far.

22 comments:

  1. I like a blog that comes with baggage, good work as always sir.

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  2. That kind of baggage... And there I was hoping for an essay on the legacy of the middle ages, or even the new feudalism. Still, those are superb minis.

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  3. Well done I love your use of the different sets to make sure interesting pieces.

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  4. Great stuff, and very well painted.

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  5. Your 100mph, I don't know how you manage it. Great work once again.

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  6. Very nice set you now have Paul. Baggage always looks good on the table.

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  7. Great work Paul. Baggage trains are an often overlooked but necessary part of any army. They can also be a great focal point in a scenario. Many battles have been lost when troops ignored orders and looted baggage trains. It can be fun in a small scale battle where individual pieces have their own stats.

    Cheers
    WIll

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  8. Excellent as ever! Waggons roll!

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  9. The dancing figures below are my favourite.

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  10. So you will start wargaming! Eager to see some bod fights in the future!

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  11. I REALLY like that haycart - nice one Paul!

    I'll add that to this list of inspiring things from your blog which I need to make for myself - its a damned long list you know!

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  12. This post is both intriguing and fascinating, keep up the great work.

    //Cheer§

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  13. Mint. Jealous as always.

    Regards Paul

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  14. This is excellent stuff. Extras like baggage make the table a bit more interesting.

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  15. Very nice. I especially like the peasant wagon

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  16. Thanks:-D
    I´ve just painted up 15 mules and another cart :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  17. It's great!! :) I like bases. How do you make them?)

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