Friday, April 22, 2016

Close-up "Foteviken 1134" at Salute 2016



During our Salute day Alan and Elaine came by and Alan had brougt his camera with a macro lense so he was kind enought to take a bunch of stunning close-up pictures of our Salute demonstartion game "Battle at Foteviken 1134".

Thank you very much for taking the time Alan and Elaine !

Please enjoy Alan´s pictures below:




































28 comments:

  1. These are absolutely stunning photos, wish I could have seen this in person. What miniatures have you used? I'm looking at doing a series of games set in the Anarchy and many these look perfect

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    1. Thanks !

      "the Anarchy" ?

      Most of the minis used are Plastic mixed with FireForge Foot Sergeants and Gripping Beast Viking and dark Age Warriors. There are also some Conquest plastics as well as metal minis from several manufacturors, the Mounted are mostly Griping Beast and BlackTree.

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    2. The Anarchy was a civil war in England between King Stephen and Empress Matilda It was fought between 1135-54 so contemporary for what you guys are doing. In fact I believe that Black Tree did some character figures for the conflict.

      Stunning game!

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  2. WoooooooW! Beatifil minis and great photos! quintesence of hobby!

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  3. Great figures! Who won the battle?

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  4. Wow, those are superb photos and really show off the great miniatures that were on display:)

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  5. The board and minis look fantastic but those photos simply bring them to life! Any tips on how you got such great pictures?

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  6. These photos are absolutly wonderful, as your splendid figures!

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  7. Fantastic pictures Michael.......

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  8. Some inspiring stuff here!

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

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  9. Your gameboard at salute was stunning.... great work!

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  10. As usual is there only one word to say: Amazing!

    I realy want to go to Salute next year.

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  11. Fantastic photos by Alan that captures the Wonderful beauty and colour of your display game perfectly.
    /Mattias

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  12. A killer camera paired with killer painting = stupendously good!

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  13. The pictures really show of your collection in a wonderful way and the black and white are very atmospheric.

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  14. Splendid photos by Alan! His photography skill made our display look even better than in real life. :)

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  15. Wonderfull pictures! Thanks for sharing!

    Greetings
    Peter

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