Greate pictures David !Looking forward to follow your project during the comming years and I hope to see it IRL at some point.Best regards Michael
Wow, it's amazing, I'm totally fan ! Bourgogne ! Saint André !
Looking brilliant. It will be worth the wait I think.
Fantastic!!!!I love that!
At first glance, it's hard to know they are minis...
That's a truly impressive sight! Both the terrain and your figs are absolutely inspiring.
That looks really good!Best regards,Mark
Truly great looking collection and paint work
Thanks! I haven't been painting this week due to my neck pain.I set these images up to get me back in the mood.
DavidFantastic set up - beautiful figures. Your painting style suits these figures so well; the faces and plate armour colours and blends look exquisite. Love the wood shade too.Am on the same journey ( as you know) and am now eager to kick my brief deviation into AWI and get back to my Burgundians fast. Thanks for the inspiration.Do hope that MP gets to sculpting more Swiss very soon!Cheers, Simon.
Lovely work Dave! It may take years, but it will look awesome when done.Christopher
Looking real good… but what else could we expect from you!
that's a brilliant work !the base is beautiful !I love especially the houses : what is the manufacturer ?
Amazing work, well done, one of best wargame pictures i ve ever seen!!!
Serious eye candy mate!
Years ago an old issue of Wargames Illustrated had burgundians on the cover this ispired me to look into and game this period. I decided on 15mm because it is faster to paint. Well last year I finished my Swiss after oh 15............... + years so I hope you get to do it faster than that. Love your work by the way. Thanks
Beautiful figures and board!
Ooooh - Shiny! Very nice Dave. And good pics.
Thats some seriously nice eye candy! The terrain matches the figures really well!
Very nice, be great to see it in the flesh
The buildings are all Huddson and Alan.... http://www.wargamescenics.com/products.htmlThanks guys some great comments!
cracking collection Dave, i'm heading down the medieval route and this is inspirational!
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