Last challenge,no the challenge before (how time flies!) I painted some hinchcliffe gendarmes and Curt was kind enough to paint one for me following our Rennaisance duel.
What we have here is a great fun little model of a wagon for the Great Italian wars,a German peasants wagon based on a contemporary woodcut from the triumph of Maximilian.
The organ gun is another hinchcliffe piece as is three of the crew, the fourth ,the portly chap slaking his thirst was part of an eBay purchase so I'm not that sure,maybe redoubt?
I think this adds up to 4x28mm horses,6x28mm figures and 2x 15mm for the children? The gun is a crew served weapon and the wagon is I guess a 28mm vehicle? 84 points? Some period appropriate terrain next, oh and I guess these should count towards the Rennaisance duel too.
All the best Iain
Guest Minion PeterD here stepping in as Tamsin seems to be unable to join us today.
You are taking me down memory lane here Iain - I can vaguely recall pre-Thatcher Britain having visited my Dad in Hampshire during the Winter of Discontent. I certainly recall Ral Partha and Hinchcliffe models. Lots of OS character in these pieces and lovely paintwork too. It's great to see some more Italian Wars figures and nothing says early Renaissance warfare like an organ gun.
You had me working with pen and paper and poring over the scoresheet, but I agree with your tally.