Friday, March 30, 2012

Last Allmoge unit for now...

Here are some more newly painted allmoge, atleast the one with polearms? are new:)

No dissmounted knight to lead them in to battle as he´s still on the painting table...next week...





And some pictures with crossbowmen in the front...




9 comments:

  1. Good job!
    The units looks really nice with a mix of crossbows and close combat weapons like that. It gives that "Allmoge look".
    /Mattias

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  2. More great work from a talented painter, very nice!

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  3. Really really nice looking unit.

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  4. Very nice painting job. I like a lot this type of unit, almost civilian. So they are aband of rebelds... interesting.

    Best regards.

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  5. Thansk !!!!!

    The Allmoge depict the yeoman infantry of Sweden. They were unusually well equipped and effective for non-professional medieval infantry and fought in mixed formations of men with polearms and crossbow-/bowmen. The numbers of polearms and crossbows in the formation seems to have been roughly equal with 2-3 ranks of crossbow-/bowmen and 2-3 ranks of polearms. Allmoge units varied in quality during the period, especially regarding leadership.

    These will represent the hurriedly raised and porly equiped ones;)

    Best regards dalauppror

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  6. Great stuff mate.

    Love the basing too.

    Darrell.

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  7. Very nicely done! I really like your basing as well, very effective.

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