Thursday, 29 December 2011

Medieval Tournament - Finished

I actually have got one project finished this year!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I´m not going to bother with the Quitain or the standards that come with the sets. They just seem pointless.
Fences. The twobar fences come so they can be constructed in a "S" form but a bit of filling and glueing soon overcomes that.
The "Busstop"
The "richfolks" Viewing box. I´ve added a bit of gold to the purple..it gives it a sheen like silk (which doesn´t come out in the pics :-()

A nice little hunting scene (Printed and glued on)
Not only has my basing moved the mounted knights further away from each other..but..the lances are held facing the wrong way (they can´t be placed any other way). The shield would be closest to the dividing fence and the lances laid across to the left.
Hello to Bishop Lord from Grand Scale Wargaming blog. Wargaming using 6mm and 10mm figures but on a truly grand scale!!
Hello to LoneWolf from Lonewolf´s Welten blog. He´s just started blogging and already has some great 1/72nd posts.

24 comments:

  1. Excellent work as usual Paul!!

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  2. Great work! Love that hunting scene, great idea!

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  3. Paul, it's great!! One day ago I started to do knight's tournament from game.

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  4. Fantastic Paul! A wonderful achievement and just in time for the New Year. What will you do next?

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  5. Excellent scenery! It really creates a medieval atmosphere.

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  6. Lovely! It's the extra touches like the hunting scene and gold mixed in with the purple that make it shine. What a clever idea...I'll have to remember that one!

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  7. Simply wonderful! Lovly details. Great mate!!!
    Regards
    derFigurenschieber

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  8. Hello Paul, a real lovely scene and a wonderful painting. Great work!

    Regards
    Lonewolf

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  9. It's a gook looking scene. How much gold did you add to the purple?

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  10. Good wee scene. Shame about the mounted knights being incorrect as you say.

    Great way to finish the year.

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  11. That really looks nice! The tapestry is a great addition.
    I wrote some jousting rules once, it's a good setting for light fun games :)

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  12. The whole scene looks fantastic Paul. Great painting.

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  13. Very nice: makes this modeler's eyes and heart happy!

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  14. Looks lovely, Paul. The hunting scene tapestry is a beatiful accent. Is this is a display piece or are you going to include it in games?

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  15. Very nice. Your creative touches keep me coming back for more!

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  16. Fantastic! And it's a pleasure to see, how you give these things a personal touch, like that hunting scene!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  17. Wow I like this set. I didn't see the set on Plastic Soldier Review. Did I miss something?

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  18. Great set, those soft plastic sets sure have come a long way. Once again great work!

    Cheers
    Eric

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  19. Very nice. I wont be able to finnish my sets this year. I will have to finnish them now that you have or else be discraced.

    @ Scott B. the sets were in the features page under sets with figures.

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  20. Great looking set up. Excellent job on all of it!

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