Saturday, 26 November 2011

Norman shield wall

Made up using bods from Strelets sets and the HaT El Cid spanish Infantry set. The Strelets bods are due to holding thier shields to the front, good for creating the centre of the wall and the HaT bods, holding thier shields to the left or right can be used to close the flanks.
The right and left flanks
The flag is hand painted.
Based for Impetus ( 12 X 8cm )
Hello to RazorOne223 from Miniature Wargames Junkie Blog. He has a Painting service which is no wonder looking at his "rushjob" painting 

13 comments:

  1. They look determined to hold their position!

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  2. So the right flank of a shield wall just faced right, not swapped their shields to the right hand. Looks great.

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  3. J'adore les shieldwalls avec toutes ces couleurs, superbe !

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  4. Looks fantastic. Sure beats DBx/WRG basing where four figures on a 60mm by 20mm base represents a close ordered body of spearmen.

    Not that I'm going to pull mine apart, you understand!

    Well done!

    Nick

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  5. Fantastic work, especially the flag.

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  6. Good idea with the mixed figures to hold the flanks. By the way, I was wondering how often you get to play with the figures?

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  7. Great work, the figure composition looks perfect, a great blend of organised chaos.

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  8. Great stand. Chessboard on the shield also hand paint this?

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  9. Vive les Normands!- good for 1st crusade also!

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