13 December 2007

Ermland Garde Again

Besides basecoating artillery crew and cannon this evening, I had a chance to take a few nicer photographs of the recently finished Ermland Garde. Jim Purky’s figures over at his Hesse-Seewald blog are always so well presented that I felt like sprucing things up a bit here in the Grand Duchy of Stollen. Hope you like these pictures. They show off my figures more nicely than the usual green, paint-splotched cutting mat. Enjoy!



14 comments:

MurdocK said...

Outstanding!

Yes they do look well all laid out in front of your buildings.

When do you think the first 'skirmish' might come about?

tradgardmastare said...

Looking great ! I look forward to more of the same and some more of the excellent scenary too!

Bluebear Jeff said...

Very nice! I always appreciate a more dioramic view of figures. The buildings provide a fine backdrop. Good work.


-- Jeff

abdul666 said...

Wow!

Outstanding unit with a very propitious background: greatly helps the 'willing suspension of disbelief'.

Compliments;
Jean-louis

Stokes Schwartz said...

Thank you very much for your kind remarks and observations, men! The first skirmish -- The Action at Zollamt Bridge -- is scheduled for Thursday, December 27, 1768. The solo game will be based on Lawford and Young's Blasthof Bridge scenario with a few changes/additions. I'm looking forward to actually playing with my soldiers!

Best Regards,

Stokes

MurdocK said...

WOO HOO!

Snickering Corpses said...

Gorgeous, Stokes. I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of the battle. We ought to arrange a time for another phone conversation soon, too.

Bluebear Jeff said...

Ahhhh,

Something to look forward to after Christmas . . . a report from the Stollenian front.


-- Jeff

Fitz-Badger said...

Great pictures! The buildings have a wonderful Suessian-quality about them. :-) (hmm, Suessenstadt? Suessenheim?)

A J Matthews said...

Now that is an impressive array! I love the figures and the buildings set off the whole effect beautifully. I look forward to seeing more.

Steve said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! Keep it up!!

Der Alte Fritz said...

Beautiful pictures Stokes. It's really nice to see the figures in all of their splendor. The back drop with the custom made buildings is really nice. It really looks like the type of archetecture that one would see in the Baltic area where Stollen is located. Well done sir.

tidders said...

Super-duper ! They look ready for battle.

I like the simple trees and buildings, they go well with figs

-- Allan

tidders said...

Super-duper, they look ready for battle.

I like the simple trees and buildings

-- Allan

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