Sunday, 13 December 2015

Front Rank Men At Arms

Just painted up and based 12 MAA, the Front Rank figures are really nice and easy to paint. I painted the shields by hand rather than transfers, I think I've done a reasonable paint job and getting the hang of fleur-de-lis. The figures are a mixture of spear and sword carrying gentlemen.

 Here we have from left to right: two unknown knights, the Count of Nevers and the Count of Roucy (his is supposed to be a blue lion rampant!)
 From L-R: The Count of Fauquemberges, the Duke of Bourbon, Count of Eu and Viscount of Breteuil.

From L-R: The Duke of Alecon, Lord of Beausmesnil, Lord of Rambures and The Count of Vaudemont.





Now for some groups shots with flash on.



Groups shots without flash.





12 comments:

  1. Really lovely Ken, I may had to not come around your blog for a bit as I have been so close to buying chaps in armour for a few years now. I picked up 15's but it's the 28's that really fluster the old wallet!

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    1. Thats the beauty of lion rampant rules, you dont need to buy a lot of figures.

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  2. Very nice Ken. Love the shields!

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  3. Your job on the heraldy is fantastic, beautiful colors and shields...

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    1. Thanks Phil, the heraldry makes it more individualistic I think.

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  4. Great looking MAA, Ken. The free-hand heraldry is beautiful. These would make potent units for something like Lion Rampant.

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  5. Thanks Dean, hopefully that is the intention. I just need some opponents.

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    1. Looks like you have enough for possible solo-gaming, just to try out the game play. Only 6 figures for MAA units :)

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