Saturday, September 8, 2012

Brown Swedish Crusaders?

Some more pictures of my first Swedish Crusaders now in Brown and with a movement tray:)


The minis are based on 20mm bases, the tray are 80x50mm


Archers in the back row to give some missile support.


15 comments:

  1. Looking good- what are you using as a primer, please? Simon

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    1. Thanks !

      Just army painted brown fur or lether, cant remember at the moment...

      I acctually think its a little to thick, would newer work at 15mm minis. Its a god base for my block painting and then dewland mud (yes I got some pots left...)

      Best regards Michael

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  2. Those trays are a great idea Im looking at getting some made up for my Vikings so they can be used for CoE as well as Saga.

    Jason

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    1. Hi Jason

      The trays ar ofcourse from warbases they get you exellent products and service.

      If you have a 28mm viking army you got almost a Swedish Daltic Crusader army to, just some knights missing...will be perfect for teh upcomming CoA crusaders sourse book:)

      Best regards Michael

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  3. A great start!
    Looking for more...

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    1. Glad you think so Stephen!

      Not a full CoA army yet...

      Best regards Michael

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  5. Ha! You got me...Brown crusaders? I thought, "haven´t heard of them" :-D
    80 x 50..Impetus?
    Cheers
    paul

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    1. :)

      80x50 just because the rest of my friends have there 28mm armys based with 80mm front, wthey call it "Big Bases" and we used it for 28mm DBA back in teh days...

      I think its a god compromise, work for most rules.

      you can read all about it here: http://dalauppror.blogspot.se/2010/09/big-bases.html

      Best regards Michael

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  6. I was expecting Morgan Freeman or Denzil Washington!! Keep 'em coming!

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    1. Sorry to dissapoint you Ray;)

      I will think about if for the next batch...

      Best regards Michael

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  7. Looking good. And good choice when it comes to basing./Mattias

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