Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Medieval Bathtime

What could be more relaxing (and fun) after a days bullying the peasants and killing dragons than to relax in front of a log fire in a nice warm bath tub?

A bit of historical background. I´m not too sure about the guy with the dagger!!!!!! 
The two "Fish out of  water" doing thier Yoga excercises :-D

Hello to Pyrrus from King of Epirus Blog. He´s only just started blogging and only just started painting 1/72nd bods....but he´s done a grand start on them

21 comments:

  1. I bet that rug is cold! Fun stuff, Paul.

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  2. Very nice! And your bathers have a much nicer place than mine! Very great stuff as usual!

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  3. Very, very nice! Yoga? You made my day!

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  4. Definite chance of footsie and a warm fire!

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  5. Reminds me of one of the opening scenes of 'Flesh and Blood' with Rutger Hauer, but the young lady in the film was - frankly Paul...a hell of a lot more desirable than yours!

    Top vignette!

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  6. Wow they are "detailed" figures...and I usually warn my readers. Ha!

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  7. Great miniature set Paul, love the yoga class!

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  8. Very nice. The lice infested medieval era looks more like Club Med in your vignette.

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  9. At least with their hands posed like that they are not playing "hunt the soap"!.

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  10. I understand he likes doing yoga, but couldn't he first wash his head. There's still shampoo on it :-D

    Excellent painted figures and set up Paul!

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

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  11. Terrific kit, last picture made me laugh^^.

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  12. I didn't know the "Hollywood" was so popular back then ;)

    Great set of pics and minis.

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  13. Very well painted. I do not know why they got out of the bath though.
    I would be alot warmer and private if you know what I mean...

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  14. Put them back in the tub, the water will get cold!
    Fantastic work Paul!
    T.

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  15. Ah yes, the semi annual bath. What fun. :) Nice work Paul. Love to see how you'll work that piece into a battle! Maybe the first scene in a civil unrest scenario:
    "Sire, the peasants are revolting!"
    "Yes, that's because, unlike me and the Queen, they don't bath!"

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