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24 mars 2012

(WIP) Pilgrims moving towards the Holyland-STRELETS-

I used for this work a selection of figures from STRELETS and LINEAR-b :
I know that it could seems surprising to use those sets for a Medieval project, but they were the only ones I found for doing a small range of civilians pilgrims moving towards the Holyland ! 
(and I like to paint Strelets figures!)
It's not a finished work...
more to see ..... soon!



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J'ai utilisé pour ce travail une sélection de figurines de chez STRELETS et LINEAR-b:
"Roman Transport (1)» et "Roman Transport (2)"

Je sais que cela peut sembler surprenant d'utiliser ces sets pour un projet médiéval, mais ils étaient les seuls que j'ai trouvé pour faire une petite gamme de pèlerins en marche vers la Terre Sainte! 
(et j'aime peindre des figurines Strelets!)

Ce n'est pas un travail fini ...
plus à voir ..... bientôt!

19 commentaires:

  1. very nice. you can really get a sence of being thirsty by looking at these guys

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  2. Ce n'est pas un travail fini?????
    Franchement, ils sont magnifiques! Mention spéciale pour le chariot...et pour la prise de vue, très très très réussie avec ce fond désertique, on s'y croirait.
    J'attends donc la suite...
    A+.
    Phil.

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    1. merci Phil!
      pas fini! et oui! il manque quelques figurines... faut bien qu'il leur arrive quelque chose à ces pauvres pélerins...
      en bien ou en mal? that is the question!

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  3. Excellent figures!! A very rag tag bunch just waiting to be attacked!!!

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    1. thanks Ray!
      to be attacked ????????? who knows...?

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  4. Awesome work. I really like it. Concratulations! Now I'm waiting for pictures of the finished work.
    Regards
    Bruno

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    1. when the work will be finished (don't know when...) I'll take the pics in daylight: I did just quick shots last night... and the whole scenery is a quick one!

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  5. Love it!!
    I must grab some of these figures!!

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    1. Thanks!
      good figures, they are previous for the Roman era, but some of them can be used for medieval... maybe some of them could be converted too for other uses. There is 2 different carts: good for early medieval also.

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  6. Nice work here and my favorites as always are the donkeys and the oxen. They're unique and I like that and everything looks good in the setting.

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    1. You like animals Anne? your own mini is not really an "animal" !!

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  7. Very very nice, Sir! I especially like the fella in the 10th picture holding a cell phone up to his ear...maybe he is a time-traveler from the future! (:)=

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    1. thanks!
      the cell phone? good idea! never think that he could look like that!

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    2. Good observation of Jay. He could really been doing that :-D

      Greetings
      Peter
      http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  8. Excellent work and photography! Really captures the feel. Dean

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  9. Excellent work! I really liked these miniatures.

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  10. Not finished yet? They allready look very good!
    Looking forward to what you will do with them.

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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    1. not finished! don't talk about the figures, but I'll add others figures and make a better scenery and ground... maybe, it could be a complete dio?

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