Sunday, 24 November 2013

Bannockburn - English camp. (pt 20)

Camp Scene. They will end up as part of what will be  more representative of the english camp  than a scottish one, but some of the bods can definately be used for both. All the bods come from the Strelets Medieval Britian set. (from which I´m still missing 12 poses )
Gilbert de Clare (Earl of Glouchester), Thomas de Ufford and Edmund de Mauley
Generic kniggits
Musicians and a Squire

Prisoner and praying kniggit. In the set he´s  posed with a kniggit (Pic above middle) as if he´s getting knighted, but I reckon he looks better as a praying Knight.
Cooks or the "where´s my contact lens ?" scene




24 comments:

  1. Greate work Paul!

    Love the extras to all wargaming tables

    Best regards Michael

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  2. It looks very, very nice. Congratulations Paul.

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  3. Great work! The painting ist as usual excellent.

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  4. Another great set. I wonder if it's still for sale anywhere. I seem to be trying to buy things that are as rare as hen's teeth these days.

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    1. Thanks Sean. Unfortunately the set seems totally sold out . It´s a real shame as the poses, combined with other sets or even within the set have a massive amount of conversion possibilities.

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  5. Very nice Paul, I love this kind of post...great work!

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  6. Looks like rolling bone dice in the last picture. Nice work, Mr. Bods.

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    1. Thanks Jay. Rolling dice...now why didn´t I think of that ? :-D

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  7. Tremendous work Paul, I see that Gilbert de Clare has got the horn again!

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  8. Maybe somebody dropped the soap?

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  9. Those are great...love the tents!

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  10. Very colourful Paul, with some great little characters.
    Pat.

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  11. Great work as always from you Paul!

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  12. Great work for a lifeful scene!
    those Strelets figs are really funny !
    Like I've 2 sets of Medieval Britain (....) I was thinking to paint one (or some of the figures), when I see your work, I think that I have a little time to do that.

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  13. Very amazing and colourful scene Paul, and very real.
    I love it

    Hugs
    Kike

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  14. Lots of character in there! Very well done.

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  15. You can do more stories with that last picture. The one on the left lost a golden coin. The one in the middle is asking: where? And the third is yelling: There it is! I found it!
    Great painted figures Paul! And this must be the first set you don't have complete. Sounds strange to me!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Thanks Peter.
      Nope, still a few of them missing. If i could I´d want this set at least 4 times, the amount of conversions possible is massive!!

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  16. Thanks all :-D
    @Bartek. I saw your message but didn´t post it because you have your E-Mail address attached. I´ll add the comparison pics you asked for in the next post ;-D

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  17. Really beautiful work :-)

    Marzio.

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