Saturday, 15 March 2014

A bit more mounted war of roses

I have added a few more mounted knights to my rather slowly growing group!
 Well I guess the centre figure will have given the game away as to what I am aiming for here, Richard III and his loyal fellowship who fought with him at Bosworth , the figure to his left is Sir John kendall who was Richards secretary and died with him at Bosworth,  and to his right is a personal retainer in his livery.













13 comments:

  1. Hey, Great!

    I like the second photo, the first one is strange I click on it to enlarge and my chrome web browser downloads a data text file?

    hehehe... are you trying to us followers a virus? :o) just kidding

    regards,
    Phil

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  2. Ha,Ha not at all Phil sorry , I think I have fixed it now!

    Cheers
    Chris

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  3. Excellent painting on these! ! Great attention to detail. The horse sculpts are really lovely!

    Christopher

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  4. Great work! The heraldry is amazing!

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  5. Stunning, absolutly stunning!

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  6. Really lovely job on those Front Rank mounted mini's- loving the heraldry.

    Darrell.

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  7. Have to second the above - fantastic job on the details of the heraldry!

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  8. Thankyou everyone for the kind comments, trumpeter and standard bearer will be next
    Cheers

    Chris

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    1. Hi Chris, I may need your thoughts/suggestions - I'm thinking of purchasing Perry War of the Roses Plastic Miniatures boxes i.e. 2 x Infantry and 1 x Mercenaries to be used as Burgundian's would the Perry figures suitable or do I need to Perry lead miniatures as well?

      cheers,

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    2. Hi Phil
      Just seen this, really cannot give you any advice on Perry war of roses, never tried their plastics, only done a handful of their war of roses metals only( I am still a front rank devotee).
      Having seen what others are doing with Perry plastics and metals as Burgundian's and European medieval I would suggest you go right ahead with Perry and they are bringing out dismounted men at arms in plastic too!

      Thanks for asking Phil

      Chris

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  9. Stunning !!! Very impressive paint work !

    Best regards Michael

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  10. Hi Chris, as an real admirer of your painting skills, I've put up your blog for the Liebster Award, basically recommending it to other readers. More info here: http://blackpowdergames.blogspot.se/

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