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.
Simon.

10 comments:

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

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  2. Really lovely Simon...

    All the best. Aly

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  3. Simon, once again, this is amazing !

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

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  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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