Thursday, April 23, 2015

City before painting and Rulers

Here are a last picture before the painting started of the terrain for our Salute 2015 participation game Stockholm 1392 - "God's Friends and the Whole World's Enemies"...I hope Jan will be able to paint it all untill saturday...no sleep for him...


Jan also persuade me that we realy needed customised rules...so I made a desig that Jan printed and glued to some wood, so if he won´t finish the painting of the terrain you know it was spent on sawing wood for the rules ;) I think they ended up realy nice!


I also managed to get the Medieval Museum here in Stockholm to donate some books in english about medieval Sweden, you can come and have a read at our table on saturday. You be sure to visit the Stockholm Medieval Museum if you ever visit Stockholm, it is well worth a visit...both Stockholm and the Medieval Museum ;)








21 comments:

  1. Terrain looks good and those rulers are a great idea. I think I'll steal that one for next time I do a display game.

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  2. Wow! That's looking fantastic so far! Can't wait to see what it looks like when you've got it finished!

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  3. The game board looks great.... looking forward to see it painted.

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  4. Amazing looking set up.
    The museum looks great- one day I will get to Stockholm...

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  5. Congratulations on the collaboration with the Medieval Museum - I actually went there with my daughter last weekend, and she had a great time! Recommended to all visitors in Stockholm!

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  6. You're right! Jan is going to have a couple of sleepless nights!! That's quite a bit to get done.... I'm sure that the'll do it though as there's nothing like a demo game for motivation!

    I look forward to reading and looing through those books too!

    See you soon,
    Darrell.

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  7. Wow, cutting it fine, but looks great!

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  8. I'll be very sorry to miss this Salute :-(

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  9. Impressive ... and I love the rulers!!! Heck of a lot of work there ... I can't wait to see it all done.

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  10. Looks superb and hope Jan gets some sleep before Saturday. The books look interesting ans will have a read whilst at the show.

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  11. The table looks absolutely stunning, even unpainted! This is going to be one spectacular display.

    Very clever idea with the rulers. If you made a bunch you could use them as give aways for the participants.

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  12. Gorgeous-looking table. Wish I would be there to see it.
    How about you sneaking it into your carry on luggage and take to the the club ;-)

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  13. Looking forward to seeing it! I've been to quite a few museums in Stockholm but hot that one!

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  14. Looks great.

    Plenty of time left for painting...

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  15. Is that really a photo taken today ! I am really impressed as I wouldn't be so calm with that much painting to do by Saturday, will be coming to see the finished setup though.

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  16. That looks awesome, hell of a job getting it painted for Saturday! I look forward to seeing it

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  17. glad you like it, Be sure to visit the Medieval Museum when in Stockholm.

    No the picture are about a week old, but I´m sure Jan has fulltime painting unitll saturday morning when he will set it all up at Salute

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  18. Holy cow that looks amazing! I bet it will be great once it is all painted up. I did not know about the museum in Stockholm, I am so going the price is right...free!!! Thanks for the information on the museum!

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  19. Oh! My! Michael, this is jaw dropping work. I so wish I could see this in person. I look forward to seeing it up on your blog. Good luck with your big day!

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  20. Looks pretty darned good in white! Wow.

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