Monday, 24 October 2011

Medieval "picnic"

"If you go down to the wood today you´re in for a big suprise!"..because..Sir Hugh Jarse´s boys have set up a drinking den. An earlier version of the madieval drunks from Valdemar but this lot are sitting around and planning which poor peasant they can beat up and rob next.


I´ll add some cups, plates etc when I find them

17 comments:

  1. the things you come up with ...amazes me...excellent stuff

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  2. One is knock out cold. You can count him out.lol. Lovely and interesting setting.

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  3. There is one or two there that look like me on a Saturday morning! Another fantastic set Paul.

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  4. Another great scene. The guy who has passed out is wonderful

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  5. Nice setting. You are truly a director of your Bods. They are poised in such away, that from every point of view one can enjoy the scene with a chuckle or two. I sure did...reminded me of some times spent in the early 60s in an Army EM club with my comrades.

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  6. What ales you? - nice tableau, nice castings and well painted - but whats new? - you always do brilliantly imaginative dioramas!!! :-)

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  7. Great stuff - I can almost feel the ants and lice. Maybe I should be worried!

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  8. Only a director? I'd make him the CEO of bods!

    Wonderful scene. I'd doing a small table & food setting for my Saxon village.

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  9. An excellent diorama, more grog barkeep!!!!

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  10. Realy fun to watch, hope you will find the missing atributes on the table soon!

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  11. That's really something. I'm interested in just how many of those were converted - it looks like a lot.

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  12. Sounds like a wargaming club meeting, great work Paul.

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  13. I second the Lurker. Well it would fit with our group anyway.Fine looking bunch of lads Paul.

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  14. Give them a Harley T-shirt and there's a bar down the street that looks the same tonight. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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