Copyright © 2020, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Thursday, 5 March 2020

Hundred Years War: English (17)


Victoria and I are back from my vacation and I'm taking the opportunity to crack on with the Hundred Years War project with another unit of Men at Arms joining the forces of King Henry V.


The plastic figures are from the Agincourt Foot Knights set with a few components from the Agincourt Mounted Knights set to add some variety to the mix. The metal figures are from the Foot command advancing set.


The banner is from Battleflag and is that of Lord Camoys who commanded the English left wing at Agincourt.


The sabot was a special order from those nice chaps at Warbases.


The colour scheme on these is rather 'samey' as I painted these in batches of four with a common palette for that group, but they will be added to the rest of the force and end up in more mixed units.


Some shots of the individuals in the unit.

 



16 comments:

  1. Very nice sir...
    I do like the simple/ common pallet...

    All the best. Aly

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  2. Nice additions to your beautifully painted HYW collection, Scrivs!

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  3. Lovely additions to your collection.

    I am about to embark on my spring offensive, adding to my HYW collection after this weekend, 300 odd figures to complete!

    Cheers
    Matt

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    1. Thanks Matt, Only 300, better get a gun-metal spray can ;)

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  4. These are excellent. I need to take the plunge and get some of these gorgeous figures. Your paint job looks great on them.
    Best wishes,
    Jason

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  5. Lovely unit (and wall), excellent job!

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    1. Thanks Phil. The wall is getting used rather a lot, I'll have to vary it a bit.

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  6. Fantastic work on the wonderful Perry figures Mark.

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