Sunday, June 21, 2015

Queen Philippa


I thought it was time to post the unused pictures that my friend Pål took for my Queen Philippa article published in WSS-78.

The pictures was from one of the test game of Scenario 2- "Save the King". I hope you like them and a special thanks to Pål for helping out with lovely fotos.

Pål and Jesper also run the exellent blog The Miniature Mayhem, well worth a visit and be sure to add your self as a follower :)

So to the picture, all minis and terrain from my collection:



























































































20 comments:

  1. Awesome action Micheal! Love the scaffold on the church!

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  2. So many beautiful details on each picture! Gorgeous as always...

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  3. What a lot of pictures!!! Fantastic all of them.

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  4. Some truly great photos! You can really be proud of your collection.

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  5. Such great photos of beautiful miniatures and scenery! True eye candy. /Mattias

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  6. So much eye candy I can't take any more....I am going to have to buy some more medieval figures. Lovely set up.

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  7. Lots of lovely photos, stunning terrain and minis

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  8. Really awesome slide.
    Magnificent natural true colors.
    Magnificent buildings, terrain and uniforms details.
    The impression is just like the reality views
    Needs a lot man-hours, before these all work is ready

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  9. wow, some cracking photos there Michael. Great figures and terrain as always:)

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  10. Brilliant as always!! So consistently beautiful photos.

    Frank
    http://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com.au/

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  11. Great photos, Michael - and as usual, I'm off to hit the books to find out more! Thanks again!

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  12. Wow, what a great photo dump – a real treat for the eyes. Love the mix of striking heraldry colours and the more muted browns and greens.

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  13. Wonderful setting & minis. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Nice paintwork and nice setting

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  15. Great minis and photos :-)
    Jason.

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  16. Wonderful Work. Splendid photo`s.and a real pleasure to comment. Beano Boy

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