Monday, March 17, 2014

More Medieval Swedish Allmoge

I have started to paint me even more Swedish Allmoge soldiers for my Kalmar Union war project. I plan to paint 30 or so minis from a couple of different manufacturers. First I have some Perry minis and then two from a talented Russian Sculptor.







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  1. Oooh! Familiar figures. Have not seen them painted, seen only in the metal. Well done, well painted I like the miniatures made ​​Leonid Primatchenko. Ask him to continue this topic.

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    1. Thank you Oleg!

      Seems like you got realy exited about the russian sculpted minis, think I got 7 coments, but I choose to just publich this one, hope that was ok;)

      Indeed ​​Leonid Primatchenko are a very talanted sculptor.

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  2. Looking really nice Machael.

    Where did you source the colours of the livery? Is it published in English?

    Darrell.

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    1. Appreciated Darrell !

      Colours of the livery, is it the Yellow and Red one? It is painted in the colours of the House of Tott, No real historical sourse more then the Houses CoA.

      http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tott

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erik_Axelsson_Tott_(regent_of_Sweden)

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    2. Thanks mate- I'm always interested in collating heraldic info. Geek? Oh yes!

      LOL

      Darrell.

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  3. Nice work Micke - was is all those Unionist victories that made you decide it was time for reinforcements;0)? Tell me more about that Russian Sculptor, is there a website?

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    1. Thanks Sören, but don´t let us talk about the Unionist victories this lovely and snowy monday morning...

      No website that I know of, saw the minis at first at the Steve Dean Forum and contacted Leonid and ordered a few minis of his.

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  4. Looking good Michael! Nice sculpts too, very dynamic. They will look excellent when they're all based up.

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    1. Appreciated Jonas !

      They will all be included in a...re-basing bonanza...more about that in a later post...

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  5. Very nice painting Michael!

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  6. Nice work Michael, and nice livery colours

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  7. All great looking.

    And as already mentioned, those last two miniatures do look nice. Dynamic posing and great looking equipment, Im sure they will really lift the unit their are in.

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  8. Superb painting as always Michael, your brush brings the figures to life. I have some of those figures from that Russian chap, he also does cowboys and Normans.

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  9. Great painting work Michael. You're my rol model!!!

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  10. Very nice work Michael, love the poses and the paint work!

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  11. Well done again! Your figures are superb like always.

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  12. Excellent painting, Michael. Your project just grows and grows.

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  13. Excellent work, Michael! These chaps look the business, alright.

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