Thursday 28 June 2018

Medieval Citizens I - Valdemar

The first set* in the new range of medieval bods from Valdemar..also available HERE
5 bods, two tables, a leg of Beef and a wee piggy wig on a ladder.
 Butcher and Baker
Mr C Saeryan and his "laddered" pig
On the link, the bod with the leg of Beef is shown carrying it, but I´ve left that decision up to the creators of the 1329 dio. 
I reckon such a boar´s head would be quite heavy and not easy to carry in such a way, but  as I´ve never actually carried a boar´s head it might be possible.
*Apparently, there will be a total of ten Medieval civilian sets which will add up to around 60 bods

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Medieval Citizens III - Valdemar

Another set of Medieval citizens from Valdemar and available HERE
6 bods, a table, a crucifix, a Barrel and a set of scales
 Money Counter and  a showoff turning up with his big box of coins
Charlie and his chisel

Thursday 14 June 2018

Medieval civilians II - Valdemar

Set number II from a new range of Medieval citizens from Valdemar. Available HERE
6 bods and 1 pig..
Hopefully the piggy is only about to get a shave...
I hope so, because it appears that in the middle ages, pigs etc were killed with a blow to the head with something like a mallet or the blunt side of an axe.
The theme of the set seems to be "Medieval Butcher" and the bod on the left and the middle bodette could, theoretically, be carrying ribs but I prefered some sort of bundles of material

Saturday 9 June 2018

Zombie Dogs

Three of a bunch of Zombie hounds Kindly sent to me by Phil (Philotep´s 1/72 Minis Kingdom)
I think his idea of giving them White eyes is  better than my attempt..see HERE

The Zombie Dogs are part of the Zombie Board game by Twilight Creations
Also, they provide heads for creating "Wolfens" Phil did on THIS post. Phil used the Caeser Orcs for his conversion..mine are from Dark alliance.

Monday 4 June 2018

Anthony Bek and friends

4 more for the Bannockburn Project and another 4 for the Medieval Lords and Ladies post
Antony Bek, Bishop of Durham, Gules, a cross moline (also recerclée) Ermine. His arms are also described as  Gules, a fer-de-moline Ermine.(as HERE) but the Cross Moline seems more likely
Commander of the Second Battalion so he´s got a Standard bearer
Sir Simon Fraser of Oliver and Neidpath.  Sable, six cinquefoils argent, three, two, one
Kings Battalion
Robert de Hiltone (Hylton) 1st Baron Hilton. Argent two bars azure.
Second Battalion
Thebaud de Verdoun.(Tebaud) 2nd Lord Verdon. Or fretty gules a label of three points azure
Second Battalion