Sunday, December 14, 2014

More Knights and Svenner for Gudmar.

As Gudmar only are able to arm three men He have decided to bring along his Allies from the House of Oxenstierna to bring up the number for a full unit of Mounted Men-at Arms. Will be nice reinforcement for the tomorrow night game at the club.

Here are the Knight Torsten Vigolfsson from the House of Oxenstierna with his sons Bengt and Nils.

All the minis are from the Fire Firge Teutonic Knight box.










20 comments:

  1. Beautyful miniatures and painting. I like the base...unusaual but interesting shape.

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    1. Thanks !

      Pilbases from Warbases 25x50mm

      http://war-bases.co.uk/Bases/OVAL-PILL-BASES?product_id=95

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  2. Lovely, but those morning stars are going to make a mess of his crest ;)

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    1. Appreciated matey !

      Dont you worrie for his crest, he is a rich man and can afford a new one;)

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  3. Lovely work! Nice bit of background too which I like in games.

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    1. Thank you Steve !

      Glad yoi liked my small historical connection, really try to get that for all my minis, shed som light on the Swedish history:)

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  4. A very impressive unit Michael!

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  5. More stunning work Michael and now I'm thinking of rebasing all my cavalry models for these pill shapers ones!

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    1. Glad you like my work Michael ! Sorry that I inspire you in to a re.basing frenzy;)

      Bases from Warbases if you decide to go ahead:)

      http://war-bases.co.uk/Bases/OVAL-PILL-BASES?product_id=95

      Good luck with the re-basing...

      Best regards Michael

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  6. Nice paintjobs on these and I like the palette used. Great work there Michael

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    1. Thank you very much Sir !

      I kind of like the yellow/red as well as the yellow/blue and I think they them match quite nicely with the yellow connecting the different minnis in the unit.

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  7. Yet more really great looking knights Michael!

    Christopher

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  8. Cracking work Michael, I look forward to seeing them on the gaming table tomorrow!

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  9. More excellent work from your brush, Michael!

    I like the red/yellow combination too. The pillbox base is very practical for individually based cavalry by removing the hard edges.

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  10. Lovely and wicked-looking, all at the same time!

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  11. Excellent additions; that twin ball & chain mace is awesome.

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  12. Extremely nice painting work... the result is intimidating! Wouldn´t want to mess with these guys... :)

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