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Thursday, 3 April 2014

Boudicea













Here are a few photos off my take on the Warlord Boudicea figure and chariot with an accompanying Iceni noble, driver and chariot by Renegade Miniatures. The Boudicea figure, henchman, chariot and ponies are all really detailed and a lot of fun to paint. By comparison the Renegade horses are massive - nineteen hands at least - not at all how I imagine Ancient Briton ponies, but I quite like the figures nevertheless.















20 comments:

  1. I love them, really beautiful chariots!

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    1. Thanks Phil, you can never have enough chariot!

      Mike

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  2. Very, very nice. Great compliments to any Celtic army.

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    1. Thanks Dean, the Warlord Boudicea and chariots are great figures.

      Mike

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  3. Awesome!

    Lovely figures and beautifully painted the flocking of the bases look great! ..um.. historically Boudicea always had her two daughters (one of them armed with bow) with her in the chariot....

    cheers,

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    1. Thanks Phil, might be a bit of a squeeze with two daughters in the chariot!

      Mike

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  4. I love the Boudicca figure from warlord.

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  5. Thanks John, it is definitely one of their best!

    Mike

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  6. Thanks Christopher, it's a great figure.

    Mike

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  7. Lovely pair of chariots! Boudicca is tops and should be a +morale to any Celts in sight of her. :-)

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  8. Thanks Monty, that would be good the warbands might stick around a bit longer against the Romans!

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  9. Truly great work on the chariots Cyrus!

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  10. Great work on these fig's Cyrus!

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  11. Thanks Rodger, it'll be interesting to see how they go in a game.

    Mike

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  12. Fantastic models. The painting works really well and basing is very realistic.

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  13. Thanks Colin, always good to paint a couple of chariots!

    Mike

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    1. Thanks Steve, you have a cracking Late Persian army there - tried to comment on your blog but was unable to do so.

      Mike

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