Tuesday, 7 April 2015

English Men at Arms for Agincourt game.


More figures now completed for the Agincourt game at Salute.



These are all the English additions I need to do – the longbows are from the previous post – and three of the men at arms bases are all new – the base on the left has been ‘liberated’ from some Burgundians I’ve already done, by just swopping the flag for one of St George, which will suffice for the day. They are a mix of Perry metals and plastics – I’ve attached arms holding bills and spears from the Wars of the Roses sprue to the Agincourt bowmen bodies, to make a few retainers in the rears ranks.


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13 comments:

Hobbyworker said...

Lovely paint job sir.

Ray Rousell said...

Beautiful painting!!!

Johns Miniatures said...

They look ace!!

Chrisfigurines said...

Superb painting and great use of Perry versatility in mixing of metal and plastic with simple conversions!

Phil said...

Top notch job!

SteveH said...

they look great!

Dave H said...

Inspiring stuff as usual Simon!Will the game only be getting a run out at Salute? Dave.

Stephen said...

Lovely work, Simon

Dalauppror said...

Indeed stunning work Simon!

Looking forward to have a look at them at Salute!

Bedford said...

Excellent brushwork Simon.

It will be a real pleasure to actually see them in the flesh at Salute very soon.

Darrell.

painterman said...

Dave- only salute at moment. Another enquiry fell thru recently- but may do if I can. Simon

Dave H said...

It would be great if the game could be seen at one of the Northern Shows Simon. Carronade or Vapnartak for example (which just happen to be shows I regularly attend, hint, hint).

Rupert Lane said...

Fantastic work. What colours do you use for your weapon woodwork out of interest? Thanks