Sunday, 1 November 2015

My 15mm Medieval/ Renaissance collection so far.

Not the best photos i have ever taken but i wanted to get the feel of the respective collections grouped together and how far i had got, and i am pleased with how far i have got to date.

                                                     The Swiss/Burgundian wars so far.

  


The Renaissance so far.    


The next 15mm unit on the to do list is underway in the shape of 12 Spanish Gendarmes which should cover the heavy cavalry of the period, but if anyone thinks i have missed any out please let me know.  

Happy Halloween everyone. 

22 comments:

  1. Awesome 15mm Medieval/ Renaissance collection you have here!

    lovely brush work on your figures Chris! your units look fantastic as they should be with banners/flags colour scheme you used on yours figures look historical too! :o)

    Any guns to be painted up by you soon to support this Army?

    cheers,

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  2. Thanks Phil, yes indeed i have some old glory cannons which will be painted when i get onto the Landsknechts!

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  3. What a terrific collection! The overalll impression is really stunning...

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  4. Lovely..I wish I could paint that well

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    1. Thanks Paul, i wish i could paint buildings as good as you!

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  5. Incredible level of detail Chris! 15mm is really growing on me, it offers some interesting gaming options compared to the more space consuming 28mm units! What rules will you be using eventually?

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    1. Thanks Soren, i like the idea of more figures per yard and per £!!
      I am not going on any rules i am just creating the units as i would like them.

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    1. Thanks Simon, i will hopefully get time to take a few of the 28mm Swiss units together!

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, i will take more photos of them as a group as the collection grows!

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  8. These collections are stunning Chris, makes me want to have a go at 15mm!

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    1. Thanks Oli, 15mm is not as daunting as i thought they would be!

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    2. Thanks Oli, 15mm is not as daunting as i thought they would be!

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  9. Well I bet your pleased! A fantastic looking collection!

    Christopher

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  10. These look awesome, good job. Where did you get these mini's?
    The cavalry look like Essex mini's but can't work out the pikeman.

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  11. Also forgot to ask, where did you get the flags and banners?

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