The Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge is a great excuse to crack on with all those oddments of figures that you really should be painting. This week has seen the Partizan Figures for Mary Seacole and the Dulce et decorum... painted and at the same time I painted this lovely figure that chum James sent me that he picked up at the Crisis show.
I think it was the show figure, but am happy to be corrected.
NOTE: It was the Crisis 2016 show figure and is Maud of Flanders, wife of William the Conqueror
A very nice sculpt that cleaned up very easily and took only a short while to paint. I tried to restrict the pallet so the light blue base for the embroidered gown is the same light blue as the veil covering her hair.
She shall no doubt see service in our upcoming Hundred Years War games - once I have enough French painted to field a force.
She can be found on the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge here