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Burgundian bombard 20mm

Posted by Paul on 01 May 2011, 18:48

All change for the Red Box Hussite guncrew.
They´ve changed sides, heads and wheels.
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Posted by Paul on 01 May 2011, 18:50

Fauch!!!! Kick!!! Snarl!!! spit!!! :angry3: :angry3:
One bloody pic again!!!!!!! This time I used Photobucket not tiny pic....
Stamp!! Zeter!!! :mad: :boink:
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Posted by Zed1 on 01 May 2011, 18:58

Well, however... at least, this picture shows us a really nice, superb painted scenery.
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Posted by Alois Nebel on 01 May 2011, 19:05

Hello Paul,

very nice scenery. What did you use for the small white flowers?

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Posted by Paul on 01 May 2011, 19:11

Alois Nebel wrote:Hello Paul,

very nice scenery. What did you use for the small white flowers?

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SqueeK!! Sorry I´ve forgotten.. :oops:
I bought them a long time ago in a hobby shop that sells train scenery. They come in a blister pack with lots of little clumps, red, white and red. I don´t ever use a whole clump, I always tear them in half using tweezers.
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Posted by Chris on 01 May 2011, 19:35

:thumbup: I like it a lot, I've this set on my working table !
Nice conversion!
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Posted by Maurice on 01 May 2011, 19:42

Very nice, big improvement by Redbox compared to their other stuff. How do they compare to the Miniart Hussites?
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Posted by Paul on 01 May 2011, 21:10

Maurice wrote:Very nice, big improvement by Redbox compared to their other stuff. How do they compare to the Miniart Hussites?

Thanks :-)
They fit almost exactly to the Minart Hussites. Same style, size exact. They blend in really well with the Miniart 1500´s range, the revell 100YW bods, Airfix robinhood and even some zvezda 100YW bods. These, next to my miniart Burgundian pikeblock don´t look at all out of place.
The guy standing on the right of the gun, behind the pavise is minart.
http://paulsbods.blogspot.com/2011/03/r ... ished.html

I can highly recommend them..a very nice set, lots of conversion potential and I will buy another set for sure.
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Posted by Carlo Antonio on 01 May 2011, 21:24

Very very nice look !!! :love: :thumbup: :love: ....You make another great work !!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Paul on 01 May 2011, 21:27

Carlo Antonio wrote:Very very nice look !!! :love: :thumbup: :love: ....You make another great work !!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

I was trying to copy your method of doing the blue and white.... ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by Carlo Antonio on 01 May 2011, 21:29

The result is perfect !!!! :thumbup:
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Posted by fabriziodavi on 01 May 2011, 21:31

Nice: moreover, the Burgundian army of Charles the Bold (or better, the Reckless..) has ever attracted me. I hope to see the whole army, sooner or later.. :-D

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Posted by Peter on 02 May 2011, 13:05

I love them Paul :thumbup: And like Carlo said the blue and white come out very well :love: :thumbup:
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Posted by Paul on 02 May 2011, 15:26

Maurice wrote:Very nice, big improvement by Redbox compared to their other stuff. How do they compare to the Miniart Hussites?

Better in pictues than words :-) (if the pic uploads :neutral: )
From left to right....
...Redbox..............Miniart..................Orion.......................Airfix.................Revell
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Posted by KenzoSato on 02 May 2011, 18:50

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Posted by MABO on 02 May 2011, 19:32

Good job, Paul - and I saw in your blog, that you are a wargamer now?!
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Posted by Paul on 02 May 2011, 21:05

MABO wrote:Good job, Paul - and I saw in your blog, that you are a wargamer now?!


I Always was. Many moons ago Napoleaonics, with Newbury Rules, WWII with a set of house rules...which I´ve still got after some 25 + yrs, Fantasy...White dwarf and D&D.
Now it´s Impetus with medievals...there´s a wargamesclub just up the road from me. :-)
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Posted by SamSagace on 02 May 2011, 22:10

always good, ser!! :thumbup: :lol:
This medieval's period is not my preferred one, but the result is impressive! :cheers:
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Posted by Paul on 02 May 2011, 22:29

SamSagace wrote:always good, ser!! :thumbup: :lol:
This medieval's period is not my preferred one, but the result is impressive! :cheers:

Medieval not your favourite!? Which then?
Anyway, these are very late medieval...renaissance really.
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Posted by SamSagace on 02 May 2011, 22:45

Paul wrote:Medieval not your favourite!? Which then?
Anyway, these are very late medieval...renaissance really.

... no! medieval period is my favourite!:! :lol:
just this one: 100 years war and after! :lol: Can't explain why, maybe because I have a romantic view of this times and the powder weapons aren't medieval for me !!! :lol:
I always try to understand my motivation in the choice of the figures I paint or plane to paint.... :roll:
I'll found, I'll found!!!!! :mrgreen:
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