Friday, 16 August 2013

Ambush!

A foolhardy attempt by three rogues living in the Woods to ambush and rob a Knight.

The ambush started well, a well aimed spear thrust brought the horse down, but the Knight quickly recovers .....
................and it has ended in disaster for Willard.

His companion, Kulp,  seeing Willards fate goes mad and attacks....
 
It all happened so quickly and.....
 
...Boris can´t believe his eyes. Willard is dead, and Kulp has no Chance of succeeding......stay and help or run?

30 comments:

  1. great, like a film!!! like too mutch Paul!

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  2. Amazing great pics and staging .
    Regards .

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  3. Remarkable story telling! :)

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  4. Beautiful diorama Paul, very active setting!

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  5. Great production, Mr. Bods! I'll be down in the front row with my xlarge diet Root Beer and tub of hot buttered popcorn for the next serial installment!

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  6. Beautiful scene :0 Run Boris Run!

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  7. That's awesome! If I'd be Boris I'd run :-)

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  8. agree with Fran! beautiful !
    and adding a story with only pictures in different angles is an ingenious idea !
    bravo!

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  9. Awesome, the background images and the scenery go really well together. What did you use for snow?

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    1. Sorry for not answering sooner, my webconnection went down on the last week of Holiday.
      The snow is made using plaster of paris. The base has a rough drybrush with White paint on the Areas were snow would normally settle, the path is covered with woodland scatter, then some plaster of paris added with a coffee stirrer, and, where the bods have been fighting etc, mixed with the groundcover with a toothpick to give it a "kicked/messed" up look.

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  10. Run awaaayyy!!!

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  11. Oh my, Paul - you've really capture this one. Well done.

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  12. Hola
    ALUCÍNATE como te a quedado la escena
    un saludo

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  13. Such a real scene

    Congratulations!

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  14. great stuff Paul! oh and I am on team Run away...

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  15. Great work Paul! These are fantastic figures!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  16. Great work Paul!

    Greetings
    Peter

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