Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Burgundian Heavy Cavalry

Only the Scurriers and some levy to get painted /converted and the army will be ready.
Nags and Bods from Miniarts Burgundian mounted Knights,   Zvezda. Italeri and  Revell.
Lances scratch made, flags etc from Dansk Figursspilsforening

 

26 comments:

  1. Wow I really like these guys, great work!

    Cheers

    Eric

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  2. Excellent work. They are looking good.

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  3. Brilliant work, I can smell the horse leather from here or is that Ray?

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  4. wonderful knights, Paul. I think I'll dust off my Burgundian army soon; you tempt me too much

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  5. Great job! I could have a lot of fun leading these warriors into battle!

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  6. What a great looking bunch, Paul, and is there anything you can't scratch build?

    ;-)

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  7. Looks very nice, very animated unit, lots of mouvement.

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  8. Your cavalry always makes my heart go pitter pat.

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  9. A great work as usual. I like the way you paint the metal surface.
    Regards
    lonewolf

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  10. They are great!!
    You make me eager to go back to medieval figs! grrr! ;)

    Cheers

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  11. Another great painted unit Paul! Do you ever sleep? :-D

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

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  12. Very cool! Well done Paul.

    Nick

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  13. Thanks :-D
    @Peter..sometimes. I cheated with this lot..the white horse (second row with the bod with raised sword) was already finished last year. :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  14. I really love these Paul, they remind of my youth and the wonderful word of Timpo. Brilliant work.

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  15. Cracking job mate. The lances are a great idea.

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  16. I wouldn't want to be on the recieving end of that lot!

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  17. Excellent work as always Paul. I still have my suspicions you either are a terminator programed to do models or have an arrangement with an army of bod gnomes who slave away for you.

    Cheers

    Will

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    1. :-D The gnomes do get days off though..:-D
      Cheers
      paul

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  18. Like the figures -- your base work is excellent too. What are the follows? Please share.

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    1. Thanks Brent :-D
      The follows??
      Cheers
      paul

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  19. Excellent painting Paul, the flags look cool as well!!!

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  20. I can only agree with all the others here. Great!

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  21. Now, that's what I call 'Eavy Metal!!!
    Great work Paul! And nice mixture of figs...they belnd so well together.
    T.

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  22. Superb! How did you make the lances?

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    1. Sorry about the late reply Stuart.
      The Lances are made from Florist wire..0.8mm. You can get bundles of it, about 40 pieces at 20 cm´s Long. Simply cut to length (here about 7 cm´s) flatted the end with a small hammer and Clip into shape with pliers, then using a fine file, file the Points.

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