Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Array

I've been promising to get the figures out of the cabinet and get some group shots done. So I finally have...

A mixed bag of vignettes and larger displays of arms. All faults in the camera work are wholly mine - despite guidance from my daughter, it's still a bit hit and miss I'm afraid.































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18 comments:

  1. To die for... What a collection!

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  2. Awesome pictures, splendid figures and terrain, what's not to like? Just superb...

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  3. Wow. This is true art! Thank you for sharing this with us. /Mattias

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  4. This has to be your best post ever Simon. Stunning pictures and vignettes! In fact you could have made at least half a dozen blog posts out of these photos. Amazing stuff that really helps capture the feel of the late 15th century, straight out of the Swiss Chronicles.

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  5. Beautiful, just an amazing collection....wow.

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  6. Wow. Just.... Wow.

    I'd really like to be able to play at your table!

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  7. Totally agree with the comment above,you can feel the atmosphere of the war in these great figures,I can transport to the 15th century watching this piece of art,it would be great if you turn all your collection into a big diorama

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  8. Truly awe inspiring. Really thoughtful and skilled composition, every picture tells a story.

    How did you get the gradient in some of these,(e.g. crossbowmen in the woods) do you have hill boards or have you angled them to create a hill?

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    1. The picture deceives the eye - no gradient, just a terrain tile stacked on another one!

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  9. Lovely stuff. Grand looking pics all round.

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  10. Excellent photos of an excellent collection. Hours of work gone into all of this. cheers and thanks for setting up the backgrounds and taking these pics. cheers

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  11. Magnificent display Simon, great photos and scenery, its clear to see the passion,commitment and devotion you have put into this collection!

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  12. Wow, late medieval eye candy! You should send the photos to the Perrys for Masters in Miniature Part II: The Burgundian Wars ;-)

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  13. Fabulous post fantastic figures great scenery and lovely photography, a triumph!
    Best Iain

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  14. Sumptuously! The sides of the base spoil the whole look! Can remove the chamfer bit?

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