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ogglas
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Later Hungarian

Post by ogglas » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:19 pm

Hi all.

Well I thought I´d show off my later Hungarian army now that Eternal Empire i in the pipeline. I painted this army using my old DBA armies as a basis. This period i my all time favorite and I´ve got a Ottoman army which I´ll show you in a couple of days and I´ve already planned a couple of more armies
from this supplement. My regular opponents here in Sweden (Fredrik and Fulgrim here at the forum) are as hooked as I am!:roll:

I´m going to play this army in the first Swedish FOG open tournament (more info soon!!) this winter.

Anyway, Hope you like them and sorry for being a total newbie on the camera.

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The Generals: Jan Domenik, Vlad Dracul II, Janós Hunyadi and Ulászló Wladislaw

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The Royal Baderium.

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The Nobles

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Mercenary men-at-arms

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Szeklers and Serbian Hussars

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Horse archers

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Battlewagons

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Armati and clipeati with supporting archers

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Joggaby archers

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Handgunners and crossbowmen

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Transylvanian pesants. Many thanks to my best mate Michael(http://www.metrobloggen.se/dalauppror) for helping me paint these.. I don´t know if I´d finished them by myself.

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Cohesion and Ambush markers.
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Post by KingHassan » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:49 pm

That is beautiful.

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Post by thefrenchjester » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:42 pm

very nice paint job !
congratulations mate !

please contact Nicfig on the forum or on the French FOG website he 'll surely be pleased to have your Army in the gallery ;

best regards

thefrenchjester " impressed !"

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Post by chubooga » Sun Aug 24, 2008 7:42 pm

those look superb!

I know the flags are dramatic and help, along with the superb basing, but they paint job itself looks excellent too!

thanks for the pics!

Where did you get those flags?

jon

ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Sun Aug 24, 2008 8:01 pm

Thanks for the kind words!

I´d be honoured to be featured in Nicfig´s gallery.

The flags along with the shields are all handpainted on paper.

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Post by madcam2us » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:43 pm

Absolutely brilliant!

Love to see a few close ups as I like to copy the style.

Madcam
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CoA - 3/0/0
C.I. - 1/1/1
2009
Ottoman - 6/0/1
Khurasian - 3/5/2
2010
Catalan - 4/0/0

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Post by fredrik » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:46 pm

It's a beautiful army indeed, especially the handpainted flags.
This period i my all time favorite and I´ve got a Ottoman army which I´ll show you in a couple of days and I´ve already planned a couple of more armies
from this supplement. My regular opponents here in Sweden (Fredrik and Fulgrim here at the forum) are as hooked as I am!
You know there'll be hell to pay if those Moldavians you tricked me into starting turns out to be pants when the supplement is released! :lol:

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Post by daleivan » Mon Aug 25, 2008 4:20 am

All I can do is add to the chorus-- wow!

Very beautifully painted figures.

Dale

ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Mon Aug 25, 2008 7:44 am

@Madcam, no problem. What would you like to see close ups of?

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Post by marco » Mon Aug 25, 2008 7:54 am

i fall on my back !

absolutely great !


you are certainly a bad wargamer......or you made a pact with the devil !

marco

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Post by madcam2us » Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:38 am

All of 'em! :D

Barring that, how bout the Szek's and the horse archers.

I like those ambush markers and I'm glad to see you add some modeling to those. I was only using blank 40s but you've given me lots of ideas.

Where did you get the cruxificition figures???

Brilliant!

Madcam
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CoA - 3/0/0
C.I. - 1/1/1
2009
Ottoman - 6/0/1
Khurasian - 3/5/2
2010
Catalan - 4/0/0

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Post by madcam2us » Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:42 am

Also, please hurry with those Ottomans!

I'm currently working my way thru my lists and would love to see some of the painted up fellows to really get me in the mood to tackle them.

I was thinking creating a blog to track my progress... so any reference material you used (online or otherwise) would be greatly appreciated...

Madcam
There goes another crossing the Rubicon!
W/D/L
2008
CoA - 3/0/0
C.I. - 1/1/1
2009
Ottoman - 6/0/1
Khurasian - 3/5/2
2010
Catalan - 4/0/0

ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:18 am

Impaled and crucified figures are from Donnington.

I´ll take pictures of The Ottomans and some close ups at our gaming night tomorrow.

I´ll give you a list of books when I get home from work today!

Ogge

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Post by NicktheLemming » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:55 am

Very nice! Who are the figures by?

ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:14 pm

90% are Essex. The rest are Mirliton.

Ambush markers are Donnington and ERM, Cohesion markers are Museum miniatures.

Two of the Battlewagons are Minifigs and and rest are scratchbuilt.

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Post by nicofig » Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:33 am

Beautifull :shock:
Can I add yours picture in the Fog Gallery ? :D
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ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Tue Aug 26, 2008 7:10 am

I´d Be honoured!

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Post by frederic » Tue Aug 26, 2008 12:53 pm

Really great job.
It looks like swedish players are really good painters !

ogglas
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Post by ogglas » Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:29 pm

@Madcam.

I didn´t get an oppertunity to take new Photos this tuesday but I´ll fix that next tuesday.

Anyway, I have a couple photos of the ottomans.

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Post by MooN » Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:05 am

Superb looking armies Ogglas 8) ,

I have just starting to gather together the lead required to field an Ottoman Vs Hungarian in 25/28mm ~ Something of a daunting prospect :shock: ~ however viewing your armies arrayed for battle is most inspiring!

I would be most interested in perusing your Army Lists for your forces ?

Regards.

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