Saturday, June 8, 2013

Tunga Stycken

Tunga Stycken i.e. Heavy Gun... After the 1st of the light guns I thought I needed a real seige gun for the Danes, the Swedes probably never had any... this bombard I have had in my bit box for several years, so I´m not sure of the manufacturer of it.

Inspired by the Perry bombard I added a bit of loggs the back of the gun and some extra crew members and a lod man that "know best". Now I just have to order me a Perry one to...









21 comments:

  1. Very nice ! Congratulations ! Really dynamic.

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  2. Thats a BIG GUN... The gun looks great Michael!

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  3. Like it, the deep base looks really impressive.

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  4. Great painting and lovely modelling Michael! Very nice.

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  5. Great work on the big gun Michael!

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  6. That is a monster! I really like the "skid" you added to this model.

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    1. Thanks Monty ! Learnd a new english word "Skid" i didn´t know it was called that, but I of course had seen the perry bombard and thought I needed one for this gun to.

      Best regards Michael

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  7. Great looking figures and base. Bring on gun number two.

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    1. Thanks Sean !

      Just have to buy it forst...but I indeed will:)

      Best regards Michael

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  8. Great work again! The scene you created is most impressive.

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  9. Stunning gun and stunning work!
    Phil.

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  10. Thank you all !!! Appreciate you support !

    Best regards Michael

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  11. Nice! I wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of that!

    Christopher

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  12. Great looking big gun. Glad you still kept it. Best, Dean

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  13. Very nice!

    Looking back over the previous posts of yours, I also realized why a margarine on sale here in Germany is called Lätta! ;-)

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  14. Yes it is a BIG gun. Very nice composition.

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  15. That is a beast, love the first picture staring down the end of the barrel.
    cheers,
    Pat.

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  16. Looks great the additional figures really add to the scene.

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  17. That is awesome Michael, what a fabulous piece of work.

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