Sunday, 7 June 2020

Burgundian Conductuer's Pavilion - completed

Well its only 4 years - on and off - and it's done. A feature for the Burgundian siege camp, showing a high status temporary living quarters, vaguely based a mix of contemporary illustrations, with a little artistic licence.

To finish it off I've added guy ropes, flags, icons and wooden fence to protect the entrance.

But what's occurring round the back? It's a couple of soldiers using the cover of the pavilion for a sneaky game of dice!

I'll add a few figures to stand near the front - the Perrys make some men at arms in casual poses and I have a Citadel trumpeter from their old Dogs of War range who's had a headswop and looks OK as a an Italiante Burgundian. Also some other encampment ephemera perhaps.

Now, to move to to some fighting troops...

Stay safe everyone.


  1. Simon, this is just hugely inspirational stuff, it looks terrific!

  2. Really lovely Simon...

    All the best. Aly

  3. Simon, once again, this is amazing !

  4. Splendid bit of reconstruction! Simply marvellous!
    Best Iain

  5. This is great Simon, the attention to detail, even down to the tent pegs! I can imagine that one of these will appear in a living history camp in 2021!

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