Sunday, November 17, 2013

Finished Germen mercenarys in Danish service

Short brake from the Scaninan War project wirh some pictures of the finished 15th century German Mercenarys in Danish service for my Kalmar Union War project.

Basing are done so here comes a bunch of pictures of them and their supporting crossbowmen.

I also started the work on another 36 of them...










I got around to make me a tray to be able to move them around without break to manny pikes...




29 comments:

  1. Great project! I think that I will steal the movement tray idea for my pike stands, Well done!

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  2. So great and awesome ! Congratulations Michael !

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  3. Superb work Michael, very colourful unit

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  4. Lovely!!!!! I really like the big guy with his (bastard) sword

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    1. Glad you like them Paul !

      The bastard Sword mini have a perry wotr body, arms from a GW mordheim kit as are the sword, the head are from the perry Sudan box:)

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  5. Stunning work Michael, another excellent paintjob!

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  6. Neat, althoe I feel sorry for the Almoge.

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    1. Thanks !

      Don´t do, they just fell some trees and then the landsknechts will have problem with the fine formation...

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    2. Ahh yes, go bröte on those sorry asses...

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  7. Really great work. Especially when you converted them all by yourself! Top job!

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    1. Thanks John !

      Bililding the minis is greate fun, especially when it turnes out well in the end:)

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  8. Awesome! They're a truly magnificient sight.

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  9. Absolutely wonderful Michael, you mud be thrilled with how they came out.

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    1. Indeed Michael ! I was´nt sure how all the colours would work together, but in the end it all turned our real good.

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  10. These are quite superb Michael – a very, very impressive unit. I really like the sense of movement you have achieved in the basing as well.

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    1. Thanks matey !

      Glad you noticed the motion in the unit, my goal was to get a feel of "Push of the Pikes".

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  11. Excellent looking unit! Well painted Landsknechtes unit's a sight to behold!

    Christopher

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    1. Thank you very much Christopher !

      I hope the sight will be even better then I have painted the next 36 of them...

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  12. Beautiful result with this unit Michael!

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  13. Awesome unit! I like dynamic basing you achieved in particular in the front ranks. Push of pike indeed!

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  14. Great mix of figures, and as usual the banners really accentuate the whole look.

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