Monday, March 30, 2015

Stockholm 1392, Extras #1

During the last week I been working on some extra stuff for our Salute participation game. You can find us at Table GL05.

In front some Pavises to be used to mark objectives for each fraction, so I painted one shiled with the specific leades CoA and the other with the national allegiance.

Then you have 3 Swedish Burghers that have spent some days in the castle dungeons and are now convicted traitors by the Germans and will be transported to the main square to be burn at the stake...

...the stake I built using balsa wood and painted it so it would look a bit like Swdeish Birch as that gave more of a Swedish flavour to the stake and also Birch burn very good if dry...


And some pictures from a 15mm medieval Kalmar Union War game that I particiapted in the other night, got me a cold beer too with a Vitalian Brotherhod connection:)




14 comments:

  1. Extras are looking good. Can't wait to see it all together.

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  2. Extras look good ,as does the 15mm game and beer too...

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  3. Looking good! Just reading the new Osprey book about forces of the Hanseatic league, so the Vitalienbrüder do ring a bell :-)
    Do you know alreday the place of your table?

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    1. Thanks!!!

      That osprey book are really nice indeed.

      Our game Will be at GL05

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  4. That stake looks great, did you custom build that?

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    1. Thanks matey!

      Indeed it is Customer built. I used balsawood

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  5. Its all the extra stuff that make the gameboard come to life... grerat work.

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  6. Those poor burghers! The Störtebecker beer..do you loose your head if you drink too much? :-D

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  7. Lovely additions Michael! The birch logs are a very nice touch for that authentic Swedish feeling. :)

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  8. Really nice detail for the game table!

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  9. Excellent objective markers. chers

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  10. I am glad you used birch for the stake. Gives a more cosy feeling to it all... ;) Good job Micke!

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