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knights in combat

Posted by tullo on 11 Oct 2021, 13:20

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Posted by Iceman1964 on 11 Oct 2021, 18:01

A perfect diamond !
I love the ground, the action and the painting, it's all really excellent.
Is the base a real rock ?
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Posted by tullo on 12 Oct 2021, 13:06

hello
its not stone it is styropor...
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Posted by Egbert on 12 Oct 2021, 15:08

Hey tullo,
wonderful painted figures, perfect inscinated
The whole project looks absolutely fantastic. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
When I saw the first pictures, I thought that it must be a different
scale i could'nt believe that they are 1/72. :drool:
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Posted by tullo on 12 Oct 2021, 16:10

thanks
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Posted by tullo on 12 Oct 2021, 16:11

hello its 1.72
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 12 Oct 2021, 19:17

You have made a beautiful diorama, tullo. I like a lot both the figures and the base. :drool: :drool: :drool:

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Posted by Minuteman on 12 Oct 2021, 19:40

A very effective diorama using just a relatively small number of figures from well-known medieval sets. The overall impression is very good !
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Posted by OwenChpw on 13 Oct 2021, 00:09

Very dynamic diorama, I love the overall muted, brown colour palette. Lots of wash use, I can see, especially on the horse.
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 13 Oct 2021, 00:24

:yeah: Yes, I would agree, it’s a really nice muted palette. A very nice diorama.
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Posted by Konrad on 13 Oct 2021, 08:46

I agree with the others.
A very nice work.
Gut gemacht! :thumbup:
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Posted by Peter on 14 Oct 2021, 19:59

Excellent work! Never seen Normans and crusaders fight against French knights! ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by despertaferro on 15 Oct 2021, 10:32

Excellent painting and composition.
If I may say anything about the figures, you have mixed two types of armor separated by 250 years of war evolution.
But this does not detract from the originality of your work.
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 15 Oct 2021, 18:17

What are the two types?
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Posted by PhilC on 15 Oct 2021, 18:32

The rider and the first foot soldier on his right are XII century men (they come from the Italeri Crusaders set). The others represent warriors in late XIV / early XV century (Revell HYW sets).
Edit: and the horse must come from Revell Normans set.
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Posted by tullo on 18 Oct 2021, 15:12

hello
thank you all
yes I know they do not normally belong together
but I just found them fitting
please forgive sire
:oops: :-D :-D :-D :mrgreen:
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Posted by PhilC on 18 Oct 2021, 18:04

Yes, they're well together, wonderful scene, and very nice pictures by the way
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 19 Oct 2021, 23:48

Didn't armor last a long time, cost a mint, and get passed down from father to son for generations? So maybe you could see examples from different eras on the same battlefield...
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