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KIWICOLOURSTUDIO
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Post by KIWICOLOURSTUDIO » Thu May 06, 2010 9:51 am

Thanks Phil.

KIWICOLOURSTUDIO
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Another pic

Post by KIWICOLOURSTUDIO » Thu May 06, 2010 11:20 pm

This time an African spearmen unit

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Mehrunes
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Post by Mehrunes » Fri May 21, 2010 9:46 am

My recently finished Numidians:

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Strategos69
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Post by Strategos69 » Fri May 21, 2010 10:01 am

These Numidians and African spearmen look great! My congratulations for both of you. I especially like the bagage: very nice!

lonehorseman
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Post by lonehorseman » Sat May 22, 2010 11:27 pm

Here is a Camp I built today for Later Ottoman Turkish. When I hear Turkish I think Bombard but at the same time I did'nt want the camp to seem fortified so Its just a standard bearer and some dude :P. Figures are Essex Rennaisance Russians but I thought they looked fine for East European Turkish troops. Wagon, Tent and Bombard are Essex Miniatures and Asstd. Baggage from Museum Miniatures. Used Hammy's idea of tape on cardboard to hide the corrugation (thanks for that). Flag is off a link on the Madaxeman page.

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Duane
15mm: Painted: Late Republican Roman
Medieval Welsh
WIP: Ivan the Terrible's Russians
Later Ottoman Turkish

philqw78
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Post by philqw78 » Sun May 23, 2010 12:29 am

lonehorseman wrote:Here is a Camp I built today for Later Ottoman Turkish. When I hear Turkish I think Bombard but at the same time I did'nt want the camp to seem fortified so Its just a standard bearer and some dude :P. Figures are Essex Rennaisance Russians but I thought they looked fine for East European Turkish troops. Wagon, Tent and Bombard are Essex Miniatures and Asstd. Baggage from Museum Miniatures. Used Hammy's idea of tape on cardboard to hide the corrugation (thanks for that). Flag is off a link on the Madaxeman page.

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I think you missed abit of code Duane. This is the first photo. I'm assuming these are the rest
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phil
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lonehorseman
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Post by lonehorseman » Sun May 23, 2010 12:33 am

oops ...thanks phil
15mm: Painted: Late Republican Roman
Medieval Welsh
WIP: Ivan the Terrible's Russians
Later Ottoman Turkish

JacquesDeLalaing
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Post by JacquesDeLalaing » Tue Jul 20, 2010 8:40 pm

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The first two knight-bases of my Burgundian Ordonnance army (right hand side base still WIP).
Manufacturer: Mirliton (15mm)

Some coulovrine-guys:
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PS: added a photo showing the flag from the side:

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DavidT
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Post by DavidT » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:25 pm

Freezywater Flags do some very nice Burgundian Flags which really set off the Burgundian gendarmes (see the photos on the Vexilia website gallery at the following link) http://gallery.vexillia.ltd.uk/2010/05/ ... avery.html

JacquesDeLalaing
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Post by JacquesDeLalaing » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:34 pm

Thank you for the tip. Actually I have ordered exactly these freezywater flags from Vexilia. Unfortunately, I think they're too big (especially the cornets). You can see some pictures of the flags size on my army project (see signature) page 3/post 44. So I scanned this cotnet, reduced its size, printed it and applied it to the standart-bearer you see here (from the front, so you cannot see much of the banner; for more views see my project ;)). The colours, however, are not as bright as the original ones. :?

DavidT
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Post by DavidT » Wed Jul 21, 2010 12:49 pm

I prefer slightly oversize flags on my figures as they stand out more and, as you say, the colours are better if you use the original flags. By furling the flag and directing it across the base, it reduces the length which helps. Give it a go as, in my opinion, the larger flags will compliment your very nicely painted figures.
If you do scan and re-print the flags at a smaller scale (or use flags downloaded from the internet), using the best quality matt photo paper (at around 115 gsm) helps to keep the colours as close to the original as possible.
I have used a Freezywater company standard and one of the individual's standard on each base of my Burgundian knights, all at original size.

lonehorseman
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Post by lonehorseman » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:15 pm

Pictish Broch:
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15mm: Painted: Late Republican Roman
Medieval Welsh
WIP: Ivan the Terrible's Russians
Later Ottoman Turkish

titanu
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My medievals

Post by titanu » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:15 am

Thought you might like to see my medieval army.

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philqw78
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Re: My medievals

Post by philqw78 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:56 am

titanu wrote:Thought you might like to see my medieval army.

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Your link did some rather odd things to my internet explorer when I opened it Titanu. But this at least shows one of the picks
Quote this post to see the layout of the image link code if you want to put up some more or use URL code to link to the album
phil
putting the arg into argumentative

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Post by titanu » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:20 am

These are my Indian generals. They are Xyston figures on a Tin Soldier elephant. I waited soooo long for the elephanst from Xyston that I gave up and use TS figures. I rather like the results as the Xyston elephants are a bit small.


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philqw78
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Post by philqw78 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:43 am

I wouldn't like to be the bloke playing the drum. With such big ears the nelly is sure to get annoyed sooner or later.
phil
putting the arg into argumentative

vitriol
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Post by vitriol » Thu Aug 19, 2010 9:04 am

WIP for my Syracusan army.

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on my blog some more pictures
luca

JacquesDeLalaing
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Post by JacquesDeLalaing » Sat Aug 21, 2010 1:13 pm

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First half of my burgundian ordonnance pikes. (15mm; 14 x New Era Donnington + 3 x Mirliton). For more pictures take a look at my signature.

marco
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Post by marco » Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:29 pm

briallant jacques !
i would like to speak in german to understand all your explications...

where do you find your flag ?
marco
la bretagne ça vous gagne...
...mais ça fait pas gagner !

soit on les brûle ,et on venge jeanne,
soit on les defonce à la mitraille et on venge la vielle garde.
christophe artus

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JacquesDeLalaing
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Post by JacquesDeLalaing » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:55 am

Hi! Glad you like them!
My flags originally come from "freezywater". However, as I considered them to be much to big, I scanned them, scaled them down, and printed them out on good quality paper. Finally I glued the two sides of the flag together with wood glue (becomes stiff so you can simulate the wind ;) ) and painted the edges. Aditionally, I paint all "yellow" parts in gold and add a few shadows (at least I tried *g*).

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