High sherrif of Norfolk and Suffolk b.1165-d. 1220(21) and one of the Barons who acted as surety to the Magna Carter. I´ve chosen this person, (apart from the fact I like the colour scheme) as he can team up with Robert de Vere as one of the Magna carta barons or......later as Sir Roger de Huntingfield b.1196-d.1257 and go off on the crusade with the other Robert de Vere (even though he never did really ;-D )
Very nice sculpt and really sweet paint work.ReplyDelete
Looking very nice...and harassed!ReplyDelete
Nice looking figure, I like how his head is a little bowed, almost meakReplyDelete
Another simple but wonderfully crisp paintjob - well done!ReplyDelete
Excellent and as stated above, very crisp paintjob!ReplyDelete
Nicely done Paul. And this time the history didn't give you fits!!ReplyDelete
Meak or maybe weary? Nice work as always Paul :)ReplyDelete
He looks weak, weary etc, but the set he comes with has something that is at the end of his lance ;-D
Again a very nice painted knight Paul! Mixing up the periods again? Or are they for a special project?ReplyDelete
They are all Barons from the beggining of the 13th century..which fit with most of my medievals, and I was missing a few leader characters to go along with the Richard lion heart bod. Like the Pieter de Coninck bod, he´s got some followers. With these, plus some flag bearers and extra followers I can field a medieval army with some fitting standards and the commanders to go with them.
Nice work mate. Is this a Valdamar figure???ReplyDelete
It is valdemar..a new set that will come out soon.
nice work and nice figure... and who cares about a little bit of historical innacuracy when you can have a team go on crusade.ReplyDelete
Terrific mate! :)ReplyDelete
a very good work!! your barons are beautiful!ReplyDelete
I like the colours too: I understand why you have chosen this one.
Valdemar, is not it?
Valdemar it is..but not out yet ;-D
Very nicely done Paul. Imagine how hot the horse must get!ReplyDelete
Another cracking job Paul, you really nailing these paint jobs.ReplyDelete
This is a great figure, he'll look good on crusade, trudging across Anatolia.ReplyDelete
I didn't know a mini could look so thoughtful!ReplyDelete