Saturday, 30 June 2018

Warlords & Warriors - Early Anglo Saxons Part 2























































22 comments:

  1. Horses, shields, faces and banner, everything's perfect!

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  2. Superb Work, Jack- your painting and basing is always an inspiration for me!
    Cheers
    Ths

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    1. Thank you, glad you enjoy the pictures :-)

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  3. Beautiful, beautiful work and when I have been doing some dark age figures and I now feel embarrassed and inadequate (in a nice way) 😀

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    1. Cheers "horrid" - all in hands of a New Zealand collector now :-)

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  5. Some lovely stuff there, are the shields painted, or transfers?

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    1. Combination of both FMB - the shields that have a wood-grained surface were freehand, rest LBMS decals.

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  6. These look glorious, the shields and banners give them that much more character. Truly marvelous!

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  7. They look amazing, you can be proud of such an army!

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    1. They were certainly enjoyable to paint.

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  8. Fantastic work! Those banners really set the tone too

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    1. Thanks Alan :-)
      Starting a warband of "Arthurian" types soon - all Footsore miniatures.

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