Thursday, 13 October 2016

15mm Burgundians, Venexia Landsknechts and planned camp scene

Thats the final Venexia miniatures Italian wars Command base painted. I am crossing fingers that Sgt Major miniatures can pull the molds back to life, they really are the best 15mm figures of the period i have seen yet!


I have also been adding more to the third mounted Burgundian men at arms unit, all charging. I have added a few plumes and lance pennons for a more Burgundian look. I hope to get these finished soon so i can start the next Burgundian unit, 36 infantry of bill, halberd and men at arms mixed together.

The next and perhaps the last main aim for 2016 is to create this Italian wars Imperialist camp scene here, but all in good time.

15 comments:

  1. Great painting Chris and love the composition of the camp.

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  2. Very nice! Bought some 20mm Burgundians recently, 15mm is too small for me :-)

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    1. Thankyou, they seemed shockingly small to me at first!

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  3. Lovely. The tents, Buaeda ?(I´ve forgotten how it´s spelt)

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  4. Very nice, as usual. Those Venexia Landsknechts look great. I like the idea of marching some troops through the camp, you are really making good use of the extra space of that big oval compared to the 80 x 120 FOG-R camp. Bad case of the bendy halberd and partisan staffs on those otherwise excellent QRF / Friekorps figures - I had great fun replacing those, rather fiddly but ultimately worth doing.

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    1. Thankyou, indeed those staffs are a bit wobbly, but i will try to make them as straight as possible rather than going through the pain of replacing them! As to the QRF figures they are very nice and i went with these ones as they are perfect for the camp scene!

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  5. Great stuff Chris, I look forward to seeing each of these projects completed. That camp is going to look superb!

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    1. Thankyou Oli, the camp scene will round of a very productive year for the 15mm Renaissance collection!

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  6. I've got the same tents. Lovely sculpts! Looking forward to seeing the camp scene it all its glory...

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    1. Thankyou Michael, i was most impressed with the quality of the tents when i received them!

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  7. Gorgeous cavalry and a lovely looking camp!
    Best Iain

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  8. Gosh!...how did I miss post and awesome painted figures! I have no excuses - sorry about that Chris! :o)

    love those Venexia Landsknechts!

    cheers,

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