King Richard Lion Heart is coming home!!!! I´ve given him as a "generic" look as there seems to be sooooo many pictorial versions of him on the web.
The bods and nags are from ValdemarsTax collector set, the rest of which will get finished later
And the bods are removeable so they can be used elsewhere and I can re-use the base :-D
Fantastic work Paul, great looking set. Wonderful view across the valley too! ;)ReplyDelete
Wow, wonderful work!ReplyDelete
Fantastic minis, they look great.ReplyDelete
Very nice Paul! And the model of King Richard looks nothing like Sean Connery which has to be a plus!!ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful, Paul!ReplyDelete
This is very well done.ReplyDelete
Absolutley stunning work!ReplyDelete
Awesome scene and I like the versatility.ReplyDelete
Anything that looks like Sean Connery and you can't go wrong......ReplyDelete
Beat me to it! Great figures!Delete
Yet more great figures, I like the figures mopping along with the cloak and pike, very tasty!!!ReplyDelete
Generic? The heraldry on the barding is fantastic! Best, DeanReplyDelete
As always, very lovely work! Thanks for sharing such wonderful pix of tou work. They inspire me to try to achieve something similar. Mabuhay!ReplyDelete
Very very very nice, Paul. The background scenery really enhances the drama of the scene!ReplyDelete
He looks great. Love the leopards of England on the caparison. I also like the stern impression, as if he's thinking of what he's going to do to Prince John when he gets home. Well done.ReplyDelete
That's a great work with marvellous figures!!!ReplyDelete
Congrats Paul: it's one of your better work!
I love them!
Should we expect King John's men or Robin's band soon?
King John? He´s been replaced in "my world" by Hugh Jarse and his evil tax collecting plans. Robin is in the "hood" and will make his appearance to revenge the tax revolt death at the village of "styrow on the foam" (when the weather gets better)
très belle figurines !ReplyDelete
This is a great set and beautifull painted!ReplyDelete
Now, where are Robin and Marian to welcome the king? :-D
Wonderful skills there Paul.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this excellent work. I admire the painting, and really like the photography. The backdrop fits well with the base-work and the poses of the watchful crossbowmen.ReplyDelete
You just keep getting better and better mate!ReplyDelete
Beautiful figures sir, and lovely photos.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work Paul.ReplyDelete
how do you do all this? is this your career?
It´s my passion, It´s not my career...but I´m trying :-D
really nice work on these, great skillReplyDelete
Awesome figures these Valdemar are, still waiting for king Remco ;-)ReplyDelete
You done a good job, there is realy a king passing by!
Very nice indeed, love the Lions Rampent, are they free painted?ReplyDelete
The lions passant are printed ;-D
Great job. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thanks all for the comments :-D Very inspiring!!!!ReplyDelete
Natural and quite lovely!ReplyDelete
I remember painting my 'Lionheart' many years ago, for the 3rd Crusade, with the 3 lions badge we all know and love, only to be told at that time Richard used 2 gold lions, standing on their hind feet, facing each other!
I think you are ok for this period of his history though!