Tuesday, 22 March 2016

15mm. The B****** of Burgundy .

The Bastard of Burgundy, a 15mm Donnington miniature, the rest are Mirliton. This means i have now doubled the 15mm Burgundian army in size this year, and leaves me content to leave this army in bed for a while  and concentrate all my efforts towards making a more significant impact on my 15mm Renaissance ambitions.




    Here is a dry run of what the center bases of the Landsknecht Pike bloc will consist of, with banners, musicians, Halberds and a few commanders. In all this is going to be the largest undertaking of the Renaissance project with about 110 figures in total.
   

         But first i am going to make a Landsknecht cannon and 6 crew and have painted the cannon.

Also i have more heavy cav from Essex on the way as i would like one more heavy cav unit and add another rank to the french Gendarmes with less horse armour and plumes! The italian wars are going to be getting alot of attention in the coming months!

8 comments:

  1. Great! looking forward viewing your next (The Italian Wars) masterpiece project! :o)

    cheers,

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    1. Many thanks Phil,i hope to have many Italian wars units painted in the coming months!

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  2. Simply superb work Chris! Hmm 110 figures.....I sense megalomania creeping in.:-) Based on your standards I think it will look fantastic and I will also happily follow your further explorations into the Italian Wars!

    Christopher

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    1. Thankyou very much Christopher, megalomania, possibly, if i was doing it in 28mm, then certainly!!!

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  3. Burgundians look great, I'm looking forward to your great Italian wars even more.
    Best Iain

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    1. Thankyou Iain, the Italian wars have been on my want to do list for years!

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