Stunning! Beautiful figures, with excellent paint jobs.This is how I envisage medieval warfare on the table top.
Great photo's David, and the game looked great on the day. Definitely eye catching with the terrain setting it off very nicely.Am I right in saying the game picked up an award at the event? Or does modesty forbid ;-). Well done anyway. Nice.
Really nice workIts probably a bit late now but I was reading an old MW the other night and found an article about Otterburn by Stephen MaggsThe issue number was 313 if its any helpSteve
Wonderful stuff :-)Jason
Fantastic paint job and fantastic photography. Those flags truly seem to wave! Your work is always inspring.
Stunning !!!Could we get some pictures of the village and the tower to:)Best regards Michael
Congrats on a fine looking game with great miniatures and terrain.Cheers,Helen
Yes lovely minis and splendid terrain!
David, I've added a few more pics I took of your great looking game on my blog. Hope you like them?http://davestoybox.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/otterburn-at-claymore.html
That is rather splendid David, hope you are still going to Partizan with it next month.
David- That looks fantastic! There is so much movement that your game really feels like a snapshot of live action. Love the archer hedges!CheersThomas
What an absolutely stunning display. Beautiful! Well done!
Thanks Guys.Hendrid: The game came second in the display section. Dalauppror: I'll take more images of the town.Phil: Yes going to Pattizan but not sure if I'm taking the display game.
So many good things about this it is just stuning
Man, I wish we had been able to make it up to Claymore.The more I look at the pics the more I wish i had been there!Darrell.
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