Hundred Years War - DBA

Started by paulr, 14 May 2020, 09:05:38 AM

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Techno


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Quote from: Techno on 09 September 2020, 10:36:21 AM
Ahem..... :-w :!! :-w

Cheers - Phil ;)

I know! You'd think he had a life and job or something "better" to do with his time than furnishing us with pictures. Disgraceful....  :Ph

paulr

I'll plead crap weather, cloudy and/or rain... ;)

Forecast is better for Sunday, I might take pictures of the first English army then :-w
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Techno

I had a sneaky feeling it was going to be the weather that put a spoke in the wheel.

Looking forward to seeing them , Paul. :)

Cheers - Phil

paulr

Labels glued on the bases for the current batch of the second English army :)

Good progress on the second batch of the second English army:

  • Livery colours done :)
  • made a start on the non-livery colours :) :!!
  • bombard barrel and brazier coals base coated :)
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paulr

Finished the non-livery colours on the second batch of the second English army :)

First dry brush on the bombard barrel and brazier coals second base coat :)

Weather forecast not looking as promising for pictures on Sunday :-SS
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paulr

The weather was much better than forecast and held until mid-afternoon when the sun was in the right place for photography :)
The cloud arrived half an hour after I took the pictures #:-S

IV/62bcd 100 Year's War English - first army (not varnished yet)

Bombard, False-French town militia (Horde or Blade)




Mounted archers, Welsh "knifemen", Welsh archers




Johan d'Amezqueta, sire de Seintpee's Gascon brigans & crossbowmen




Johan d'Amezqueta, sire de Seintpee (mounted and dismounted)




Earl of Salisbury's archers


Some fool forgot to take the rear shot #-o

Earl of Salisbury (mounted and dismounted)




Duke of Exeter's archers




Duke of Exeter (mounted and dismounted)




King Henry V's archers




King Henry V (mounted and dismounted)



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paulr

Painted & Based
266 Foot
  33 Mounted
     2 Models
301 Total
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Well worth the wait to see these Paul as they're lovely 8).
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mmcv

Absolutely stunning. The detailing across the livery and the bombard are fantastic. Well done that man.

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Techno

Superb, as always, Paul. :-bd

I'm struggling to figure out how you're using 'natural light'.....So you don't get any shadows. (Or next to b*gger all)  8-} 8-} 8-}.....You can't be that close to the equator

Cheers - Phil :-\

paulr

Over 41 degrees away from the equator, I am using indirect natural light.

The models are in the corner of the house with large windows on both walls and the sun 'at the corner'.

Camera on a tripod and long exposure, 1-2 seconds
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Techno

Ah....Now I get it. :)

I have to admit, because of what you've said about 'the weather', I had it in (what passes for) my mind, that you were taking the shots on a table 'outside'.
The 'lighting' works superbly. :-bd

Cheers - Phil