Monday, 5 August 2013

15mm Italian Renaissance Buildings


More building I've had for far too long and not got around to paint, until now that is.....These are sold by Magister Militum in the UK and are made by JR buildings. They do sell a large collection of the Italian Renaissance buildings but boy are they expensive!!!!! But unfortunately for me I need to buy a few more and add them to my collection! Dammit!!!!!!
These are to go with my large 15mm Renaissance army that have not had a game for 7 years. I'll have to get a few pics of them taken as well me thinks!!


JR4205 Clock Tower


JR4212  Three story Townhouse



JR4203 Large Out Building




JR4204 Church Bell Tower



75 comments:

  1. These are super cool looking. Seven years though? Wow.

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  2. Greate looking buildings Ray!

    Best regards Michael

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  3. Nice job! Sorry they are so expensive. The clock tower is cool.

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    1. Not really sure why they're so expensive????

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  4. What great looking buildings. Very impressive painting on those - making building look real(ish) is often a difficult task...

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, I am quite pleased with how they turned out.

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  5. Really lovely painted buildings Ray! I can imagen a whole town of them! ;-)

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. My wallet is very frightened by a whole town of them!!!

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  6. Ray contact me on g+ I may be able to assist

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  7. As always Ray very nicely painted.

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  8. Thanks to European's love of old buildings, good for any period after their construction as well. Many uses and nicely painted. You can't have enough stone European buildings in my opinion.

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  9. Great looking set of buildings, Ray. Somewhat of a coincidence that I worked on a quasi-Renaissance (GW Empire - LOL!) tower myself. Dean

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    1. Although yours was a little bigger than mine, hmm? sounds a bit rude!

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  10. These look very nice, well done. now you need a fountain...

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    1. I think I already have a fountain.........................somewhere????

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  11. These could be used for AK47 Republic...get your money's worth out of them, at least.

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    1. What ? Let that git Fran use them?????

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  12. These look great Ray and I can't wait to see your hibernating Renaissance army!

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    1. I agree and so do all the other Rejects, its been far too long, I blame the kids!!!!

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  13. Great work there Ray they have the Italian feel alright

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  14. Nice work. I have a number of buildings that I have not painting in my cupboard as well. Not sure how many years they have been there.

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    1. Its quite frightening just how much we have hidden away really!

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  15. A bit small for my taste :-D but they do look good!

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  16. Nice work Ray. Those really look neat.

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  17. Those are sweet and it's nice to see that you've picked up the brushes again. I hope all is going well for you at your new job Ray!

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    1. Its very different Anne, Its a shame because I have to actually work!!!!

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  18. They look great....I want them in 1/72nd!!!

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    1. You may have to make your own Paul!

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  19. Hey Ray ! that's a very good work !
    Very nice buildings!
    It's difficult to resist when you need good buildings and find them !

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    1. My heart and brain says buy more but the wallet says NO!

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  20. Great looking. Steve Barber propose nice buildings too for this period and architectural style.

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    1. Yeh I've taken a look at the Steve Barber ones,I think they'd fit in quite well.

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  21. Good to see you 'back in the saddle'!

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  22. Where are my fecking Insurgents you slack arsed git!

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  23. Better late than never Ray! ;)

    I've actually got some figures in my leadpile from when I was a teenager, so that's slightly *mumble* than the 7 year wait for these to be painted

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    1. Well I'm afraid i can't beat that, I do have a Gripping Beast Longship that I've had unpainted for nearly 20 years though????

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  24. Quite nice Ray. You've got a town now.

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  25. Good collection of buildings there, just be thankful you're not gaming in a bigger scale !

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    1. Absolutely!! That's why I do most of my stuff in 15mm.

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  26. that bell tower is really lovely, Ray!

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  27. These look great, hopefully it will pull you into bringing out that army in anger

    Ian

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  28. These are lovely Ray, bravo Sir.

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  29. Nice looking buildings mate, Please do take some pics of you mini's as well :D

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  30. Again, lovely terrain Ray. I particularly like the two towers (and the clock). 15mm terrain is also so great as it doesn't need a huge amount of space to store! My 28mm stuff is threatening to spill out of my hobby storage. 'Honey, we need a bigger house so I have more room to store my toys.' Now, that's going to happen...

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    1. You could try Curt, but make sure your painting the living room walls or plumbing in a new jacuzzi when you ask!!

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  31. These look awesome. Why'd it take you so long?!

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    1. Other projects just took over, this is the bain of every wargamer, the Shinybloodyitus syndrome!

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  32. Beautiful! Love the Church Bell Tower...

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