Wow I really like these guys, great work!CheersEric
Excellent work. They are looking good.
Brilliant work, I can smell the horse leather from here or is that Ray?
wonderful knights, Paul. I think I'll dust off my Burgundian army soon; you tempt me too much
Great job! I could have a lot of fun leading these warriors into battle!
What a great looking bunch, Paul, and is there anything you can't scratch build?;-)
Looks very nice, very animated unit, lots of mouvement.
Your cavalry always makes my heart go pitter pat.
excellent work there
A great work as usual. I like the way you paint the metal surface.Regardslonewolf
They are great!! You make me eager to go back to medieval figs! grrr! ;)Cheers
Another great painted unit Paul! Do you ever sleep? :-DGreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/
Very cool! Well done Paul.Nick
Thanks :-D@Peter..sometimes. I cheated with this lot..the white horse (second row with the bod with raised sword) was already finished last year. :-DCheerspaul
I really love these Paul, they remind of my youth and the wonderful word of Timpo. Brilliant work.
Cracking job mate. The lances are a great idea.
I wouldn't want to be on the recieving end of that lot!
Excellent work as always Paul. I still have my suspicions you either are a terminator programed to do models or have an arrangement with an army of bod gnomes who slave away for you.CheersWill
:-D The gnomes do get days off though..:-DCheerspaul
Like the figures -- your base work is excellent too. What are the follows? Please share.
Thanks Brent :-DThe follows?? Cheerspaul
Excellent painting Paul, the flags look cool as well!!!
I can only agree with all the others here. Great!
Now, that's what I call 'Eavy Metal!!!Great work Paul! And nice mixture of figs...they belnd so well together.T.
Superb! How did you make the lances?
Sorry about the late reply Stuart.The Lances are made from Florist wire..0.8mm. You can get bundles of it, about 40 pieces at 20 cm´s Long. Simply cut to length (here about 7 cm´s) flatted the end with a small hammer and Clip into shape with pliers, then using a fine file, file the Points.