Thursday, April 29, 2021

Peleset Oxcarts #2



Here's another Peleset Oxcart.


Figures by Newline designs once again. 

Very bice detail on the crew sculpts.


An Ox of a different color!


More of a good and/or warrior transport platform, I think, but still so eveocative!


Three of these heavy (and expensive) contraptions should be plenty. They may just wind up as fortified Camps (which seems to be how they are treated in To the Strongest!)


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    1. Thanks, Steve. They were a bit of a pain to assemble (chieffly the wicker walls), but well worth it!

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  2. More splendid ox carts! They look great!
    Best Iain

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  3. I like it! Looks like you made a sizable Newline order during the January sale.

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    1. You are correct, Jon! There was a substantial Newline order sent from Southern New England early in January... and evidently one from the Palouse as well! :-)

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  4. Gorgeous...and so tempting!

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    1. Merci, Phil! I couldn't resist a few of them!

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  5. Who cleaned up after all the oxen passed....guess that is what slaves were for! Nice additions.

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    1. You missed the popp bags hanging off the rear of the wagon, evidently! :-)

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  6. Great looking Sea Peoples' war carts, Peter!

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  7. Great work again on these and the colours you have use don the crew work very well. I wish I had known about the Newline sale as I might have been tempted.

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    1. Thanks so much, Lawrence. They have the sale every Januiary, so keep in mind for early 2022!

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  8. These are fantastic Peter. Really, really special pieces.
    No doubt a ready-made source of leather for those chariots too!
    Regards, James

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    1. Thanks, James. While likely of little military value, because of the bas reliefs on the walls of the temples of Ramses II, they are just so evocative of the ra and conflict you gotta have some!

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  9. Lovely figures brought to life by a wonderful paint job!

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  10. Another great model, really full of character for the period!

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