I ordered this recently from Alternative Armies and it was waiting for me when I returned yesterday. A quick paint job and it is ready for action in renaissance games. Having decided that the 28mm tanks were too big l am pleased with this 15mm one. I feel it works well with the Minifigs inspite of it being a smaller scale .I wonder if smaller scale artillery might work too...
Did you find a 28mm one? I could do with one for my Italian Wars project?ReplyDelete
The 28mm mdf ones look great but are big,have a check online.Delete
A very nice piece. Well painted too.ReplyDelete
Great looking vehicle.ReplyDelete
I’ve been working on S Range landsknechts earlier this year and went to Hagen Miniatures for artillery for them, they are Imperial-Modellbau. I’ve just been working on some photos which will be going up on my Lone S Ranger blog in the next day or soReplyDelete
I really look forward to seeing your endeavours.Delete
I am so tempted to get one of those.ReplyDelete
Go for it ,it will give you a splendid advantage on the tabletop!Delete
Umm, not really sure what I'm looking at or what is "enginey" about it. It looks rather like a Japanese garden pagoda? Otherwise your Renaissance troops look splendid.ReplyDelete
So good to be back visiting the Duchy!
Great to have you back!Delete
A Da Vinci mobile pagoda replete with Japanese style and guns sounds fun😀Delete