Copyright © 2020, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Hundred Years War: French (22)


I'm all out of figures to paint for the Star Wars: Legion project so it's back to the Hundred Years War project that I put on hiatus to crack on with that.


Another six French Men at Arms join the cause, as usual all from the Perry Miniatures Agincourt Mounted Knights 1415-29 set.


Like the previous one, the Knights are based on Renedra 45x20mm and then on the 80x60mm  sabots I ordered from Warbases.


This now brings me up to seven units of mounted Men at Arms for our To the Strongest! and Hail Caesar games.

I painted them in batches of two knights and two horses so there is quite a common palette on them.


Some of the individual shots of the knights.





A "Fancy Dan" with this plumed helmet




The arms from this one are off the foot Men at Arms frame, I think they fit quite well.






24 comments:

  1. Well done , lovely minis!

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  2. Lovely work Paul,

    Hopefully get to some of mine before the end of the month

    Cheers
    Matt

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  3. Nice! I like the variety of horseflesh.

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  4. Really cool, I like how dark your armor is. Is that more of a gun metal rather than steel?

    Jim

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    1. Cheers Jim, I do go for a dark look, it's a basecoat of VMC Gunmetal Grey + Black then highlighted up from there. I try to do different chaps in different shades so some stay almost at the basecoat others end up almost silver.

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  5. Awesome! Almost makes me want to get into middle ages.

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  6. Thank you, with the Perry plastics it's an inexpensive entry point.

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  7. Lovely HYW cavalry, Scrivs.

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