Friday, 5 November 2010

Henry - Belligerent










This is the command stand for my English army when used for the Agincourt period, showing Henry V in battle. The royal figure is the Perry mounted one, cut at the waist and re-attached to legs from man at arms figure; the shield was carefully liberated from the page from the same personality pack using a fine hacksaw blade.

Other figures are Perrys, except for the trumpeter who's an older Citadel Brettonian. Flags are from GMB Design (arms of England and France) and LBMS (Henry's personal banner).

This is one of two Henry V figures I've worked on - other one to be posted imminently.

6 comments:

Bishop Lord said...

Very NICE :-)

Sire Godefroy said...

Gorgeous! Reminds me how badly I need to get back to painting on my own Perry HYW figs. If only there was spare time these days...

Thanks for showing your pieces of art, anyway.

Cheers
SG

ZeroTwentythree said...

Beautiful!

Bedford said...

Oh yeah!

Love it!

Darrell.

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Very nice!

Cheers
Christopher

Stuart M said...

Now that is clever! I might have to give that a go myself.

Is the join just above the belt?

Excellent work Simon!

Stuart