Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Medieval Washday

Or alternative Titel "over here big boy"
I´ve looked but I can´t find any evidence of them using..or not using washing lines but I suppose it would be the most obvious method to dry washing.
All bods from different Valdemar sets.
Hello to Thorward from Thorward WRG blog  AFV´s and a great idea how to create a Roman arena.
Hello to A-Historian..blogger??
Hello to Ernie (Claus) from Ancient Miniatures blog. He´s only just kicked off in the blogging world but has got off to a good start.

21 comments:

  1. Dirty tramp, she'll need to wash those sheets again if she cops off with him, great work on the piece....

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  2. Nice little peaceful scene. I like the tree. The rest too, of course.

    V.

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  3. Wonderful figures and scene. They do seem pleased to see him!

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  4. Can't close my mouth!! Wow! What a beautiful mind you have!

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  5. Great painting and a great diorama!

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  6. another great characterful scene! very fun :)

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  7. This is a very good scene Paul! Isn't that your lady on the right? Original work as always!

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

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  8. So you've got some string left then after doing all of these bows^^, Nice scene!

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  9. Love how you mix it up and show daily life scenes as well as nasty sieges, although I thought medieval people were famous for never washing.

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  10. Thats a really nice diorama. Rather calming after a busy day! - Thanks!
    At least in Tudor times, people did wash clothes. Not keen on washing themselves, they replaced their clothes fairly regularily and washed them!

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  11. Wonderful! That put a smile on my face...then reminded me I have some washing to do this eve!

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  12. Lovely scenes, other than the skid marks.

    Well done.

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  13. Paul, this is the kind of scene I realy like!
    Non violent, funy, and well done.
    My compliments on the idea, and the way you made this schene alive!
    Suberb work, love it.

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  14. Superb and lifeful ! I love it...

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  15. Regarding washing lines, use thereof, I believe that usually washing was draped on bushes to dry. :)

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