Saturday, 21 May 2016

15mm. Italian wars IV

A few more items added to my Renaissance project. All await basing up.

The landsknecht pike bloc so far.







A new command base added in the shape of the formidable Georg Von Frundsberg, the father of the Landsknechts!
                                                                                                                                        


And finally this is a dry run of a planned artillery emplacement, the wagon at back right is an ammunition wagon! I intend to add cannon ball heaps made from green stuff. I will probably add more gabions and other bits and bobs to when the time comes to start this diorama!


12 comments:

  1. Chris,
    This is some beautiful painting especially for 15mm. Love Von Frundsberg.

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    1. Thankyou Robbie, sounds like Frundsberg was a formidable warrior!

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  2. Gorgeous Pike block and I like the Georg Von Frundsberg command base too!
    lovely work!
    what are the Base size's?....

    cheers,

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    1. Oh yes the bases, the pikes bases are 60x50 and 60x80mm, round command bases are 60mm round and large artillery emplacement oval base is 170x120mm

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  3. The landsknechts and Frundsberg look fantastic, great work doing his coat of arms on the barding.

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  4. Great looking landsknechts and command, the artillery battery looks grand too, I like the wagon and all the impedimentia , really nice.
    Best Iain

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    1. Thankyou Iain, i still have my fingers crossed that the artillery battery turns out ok, i haven't attempted a large scene like this before!

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  5. Good Stuff, but what bases do you use for your infantry? And are they the same bases used for your Cavalry.

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