Friday, 14 October 2011

Strelets Normans

Basically these could be called Normans in battle but they are just listed as Normans  
 I´ve kept up the red and white shield pattern scheme. I like these much better than the Revell Normans, who seem a bit ..er?..skinny really.
I don´t usually like embossed shield patterns but these ones are quite nice.
There´s a lot of different styles of "protective" clothing in the set...
....including a rather snazzy studded leather coat...
Here´s a good one...for shield decals and Flags /banners in 1/72nd or 28mm look at Schildschmied 
And if you are hunting for minis on E-bay..look here 

15 comments:

  1. I have the Revell Normans your right these are much better....love your paint job as always!

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  2. Excellent as always Paul. Cool links!

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  3. Very nice looking figures Paul!!!

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  4. The shields are magnificent.

    Vincent

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  5. Very nice painted figures Paul! The shields patterns look great indeed!

    And the spelling of "shield" is right :-D

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

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  6. Great work on the shields mate.

    Cheers Rich.

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  7. Excellent Paul. The shields are looking real nice.

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  8. 945th Anniversary of October 14, 1066.

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  9. I concur with everything already said - lovely as always!

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  10. I really like the Normans. They have a "we mean business" look like soldiers rather than warriors. I didn't think they were that colorful. I might take a second look at my unpainted 1/32 scale Normans from Conte because of what you did with these 28mms.

    NICE bases BTW.

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  11. Dex Aie!!!

    Normans rule!

    (Good paint job!)

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  12. Hello Paul,

    I am from Schildschmie.de, thank you for advertisement. Nice paintjob and a great blog. How to you find our Decal-Shop? :)

    Kind regards.
    Maik
    from Schildschmie.de-Team

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