Sunday, 30 October 2011

Norman Cavalry on the March (Strelets)

The last of the Strelets Normans range..except for this set. Not only is the set rare and costs a small fortune (about 3X´s the price of a "not rare" set) but the style and level of sculpting is way below the standard of the rest of the range.
The whole gang on the horses supplied with the set. About half the nags are a bit lively looking for a marching group of cavalry...


Both sets grouped together
The non-action bods mounted on the calmer looking nags from both sets...this splits the sets into 10 actually marching and 14 charging (in Battle)
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12 comments:

  1. wow! they look great! wolderful shields!

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  2. Very nice painted bods Paul! Now I like to see the big final, all your Normans together in one picture! ;-)

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  3. Thanks :-D
    @Peter....there are a few more to come...from different makes ;-D
    And they are in a bad need of a castle :-D
    Cheers
    Paul

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  4. No need for a Castle when you have to crush through some Saxons ^^

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  5. Thanks for the mention!

    Great looking unit en masse! What are they based on? Coins?

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  6. Beautiful work - BTW, is the cloud in the background supposed to be a face in profile? Happy Halloween. Dean

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  7. Nice job, Paul. The three cavalry troops look like they are just breaking out over the crest of a hill at full speed.

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  8. Very nice figures!! I prefer pic 2 to pic 3??

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  9. These guys mean business. Again the level of painting is awesome. Go red and white!

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  10. You may have a great army now!!

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  11. Very nice Paul. Do you ever rest???

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  12. Paul the machine!!!
    Nice bunch mate!
    T.

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