Sunday, June 27, 2010

More Trojan Chariots!



This is the prince and his retinue.They are armed in the latest military equipment of the Trojan era of light armor,shields and javelins.They also have added a bit more color.All shields and and chariot boxes were hand painted and the rest was army painter with a quick highlight.Only one more unit to go and then I'll be ready for TTU........but I only have a few days!(Gulp!)
Miniature Company-Wargames Foundry


8 comments:

  1. Lovely work Chris.

    Good luck with the comp if that's what you are looking forward too.

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  2. Thank you Helen!I appreciate that.:-)

    It's more of a gaming weekend organized into a campaign and isn't a really tournament for personal glory as such.Although factions can win and most inspiring armies are awarded.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  3. Christopher,
    Fantastic job. Hope you do not mind I download one of the images for inspiration! I assume these are Redoubt chariots? I think I recongnize the horses?
    VR
    James Mattes

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  4. Thank you James!I'm pleased you found some use for what I've done.
    Ooops,sorry I forgot to add the miniature company as I normally do,I'll get right on it.
    This Trojan collection is completely Wargames Foundry and as of yet no redoubt miniatures.I prefer the the Foundry Trojan collection over the redoubt,however the redoubt Trojans are quite good and way cheaper which is nice on the wallet.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  5. Terrific stuff, Christopher; they really look the business. I like the Foundry Trojans a lot - typically dynamic Perry sculpting.

    Best wishes

    Giles

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  6. Thank you Giles and your right those Perry lads just don't seem to put a foot wrong.:-)

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  7. I saw them today on the TTU here in Germany, and they look soooo much better than on the pics, they are at least as good painted as my 3 layer paintings ... o.O

    Very, very well done Christopher, and cheers for the nice chat we had today!

    Roll chariots, rock on!

    Stephan (Regulator)

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  8. Thank you Stephan!Let me just say I also enjoyed the conversation and viewing your Romans and Gauls which were excellent.Your the most talented young painter I know!

    Cheers
    Christopher

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