Thursday, February 5, 2009

Der Konigreich's High Command

A sense of urgency surrounds this command party seen recently riding the outlying defenses of Schwiebus, the capitol of Bleiherzen. Seen at left, the Commander in Chief, Armee of Bleiherzen, Reichsmarshall Hergard Reinhold von Konigswald, 56 years old; to his right his most trusted Aide de Camp, Major Hans Messner, 41 years old; an administrative genius, who often exhibits spectacular logistical brilliance ....he is credited with the saying, "In war, it is most important to arrive on the field with many, well fed, enthusiastic men to ensure the greatest success..." in the background is the Reichsmarshall's young ADC, Manfred Reinhold von Konigswald riding hard away to deliver a message. Manfred is the Reichmarshall's grandson a mere 17yrs old... enthusiatic but yet to be tested in the fire of battle.

(the CinC figure is an RSM general with a few added details (cuffs and hat trim sculpted with greenstuff) to achieve a more "regal" feel to the CinC.)


  1. Great generals. The shield against Grolstein!

  2. I thought that I recognized the RSM general, nice conversion work.

  3. I agree. Good painting and a nice bit of conversion.

    -- Jeff

  4. Wow, another great group of command staff.

    -- Allan

  5. lots of wonderful eye candy!

    And a nice battle report below!