Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Strelets Medieval Britian (1)

A rare set this one, why Strelets don´t re-release it I don´t know. There´s a lot of demand for the set,  the poses are usefull for loads of things, camp scenes, battlefield "extras" and the conversion potential is huge..but seeing as it´s rare I won´t be cutting any of them up at the moment.
Medieval Britian comes in a big box which includes, The army of Henry V, The Scottish army of William Wallace and The English cavalry of Edward I.
PARTY!!!!!
The knights are making friends with the locals...........
.....while S. Will, the cook looks on in disgust...
...but does the Jester care?

Not at all.

19 comments:

  1. I just love those Paul! What a party!

    Simon

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    1. Thanks Simon.
      There´s loads to come´from the same set. I just don´t understand why they don´t re-release them.

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  2. Is anyone one else finding it near impossible to post comments or get posted one published? (my 4th attempt at this one)

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  3. I like this figurines very funny , great paint the joker is very nice
    Cheers

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  4. nice work paul those guys are very cool, I think those knights will have a good night... if they don't stick their neck out too far.

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  5. What a fabuous set. Well characterised, as usual.

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  6. Great figures and paint job. St. R. Awberries the Jester has had one too many sips of S. Will's dinner gravy!

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  7. wow! you've painted them!!!!!
    great idea! I was thinking to paint mine, but without a special project, I scarred to ruin them!

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  8. ... and no problem for posting the comments...

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  9. At least they could release only these figures! And they seem better than the usual Strelets figures!

    Lively figures, Paul! Well done!

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  10. hahaha! what fun! Nice job on these! One of the local girls got some real booty!

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  11. Nice work and beautiful figurines, jester is very funny

    Hugs

    Kike

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  12. Brilliant! One of those young ladies puts Jennifer Lopez to shame!

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  13. you have right, it's a very interesting set!

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  14. A fabulous looking set and superbly painted, as always.

    Paul, for some reason, in the past yours and Ray's blogs are the only two blogs that I seem to have problems with for sticking. Saying that, its working fine at the moment.

    Cheers,

    Pat.

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  15. Great looking party, nice addition!
    Phil...no problem for posting...

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  16. I think that cook was still kicking around Wavell Barracks in '85, going under the name of S. Jockey!

    H

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