Cool. Never can go wrong with civilians to enliven your games. I have most of these models myself – if not all painted, of course. :-DCheersSG
I´m a real fan of medieval civilian figs and these are excellent. I like the colour range you´ve used. Lovely paintjob.I wonder if there´s any gameing rules based purely on a civilian scenario?CheersPaul
Great collection. Some very nice miniatures there.I allways fun the tabletop more fun to game on if its full of non inportent bystanders and if they are generic enough to work on diffrent games and eras then its even better.
Very nice work! I particularly like the old lady with the hat and walking stick - who made that one?
Thanks !The old lady are from a perry pilgrim pack.http://www.perry-miniatures.com/product_info.php?cPath=23_33_52&products_id=1785Best regards Michael
Civiloians are a "must have" for games Michael. These look great.
Very nice civilians, they are looking great!
Great as always, now all you need are about 40 more and you will have an army! Darn peasant rebellions! Keep it up, I'm looking forward to what you have planned next. I hope to get into the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745- wish me luck! Take it easy!
Very nice. A lot of character in those figures. I think they will add to your games nicely.
Very nice and I always like civilian models.Christopher
These are great! It's always nice to see civilians. I particularly like the guy with the book, for some reason he reminds me of Leonardo da Vinci. Could you tell me where he's from?Ed
Thanks Ed !I to like the "extras" that bring life to the wargaming table.The Leonardo mini are an old Games Workshop Empire Artillery Crew, from a Hellblaste wolly cannong if I recall right.Best regards Michael