Thursday, 28 May 2015

15mm Swiss/Burgundians

I continue to play with 15mm. These are legio heroic Swiss

 
Charles the Bold based up.

The short term plan at the moment is to finish off Charles the Bolds mounted retinue and then complete a bloc of 72 mirliton Swiss, then back to adding to the Burgundians another mounted retinue under the Bastard of Burgundy and a unit of 24 Burgundian archers.
 
 
  

12 comments:

  1. Wow, those are really impressive Chris - the detail on that heraldry is truly awesome!!
    Simon.

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    1. Thankyou Simon, its nice to get the hard stuff done first!

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  2. Lovely minis, love the heraldy job!

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  3. I second the above, awesome painting - you're making 15's look like 28's!

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    1. Thanks Soren, funny but they seem to be getting bigger now I am used to them a bit more!

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  4. outstanding work Chris! you are a painter's painter! ;o)
    your detail work is totally Awesome!
    what are your thoughts so far painting your 15's?

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    1. Thanks Phil, kind words!
      Well I really like them now, I use the same way of painting them as I do 28s, the time it takes to paint 15s over 28s is far less, they take less room, and they are cheaper, so I think they are certainly the way to go if you want to create armies!!!

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  5. Simply superb Chris! Terrific heraldry! I have some of those LH Swiss and you make me want to give them a go.

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, its always nice to get the heraldry out the way! I must say the quality of sculpting and casting on the LH Swiss is amazing for the scale, I really like them, and have decided I will use there Burgundian infantry range too!

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  6. Oh my, Chris. They are all so lovely, but Charles' heraldry is simply superb and amazing!

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