Wednesday, 25 July 2012

As Custer would say: Charge!

Hi everyone. I seem to stick to the medieval warfare's cliches. Indeed today the knights are coming. The minis are from Mirliton and are really nice to paint, though a bit thin, and sometimes a bit fragile. But then, they really look good, and inking is quite easy with them. In my army they could be either superior or average, undrilled. So, they're more or less a me-see-me-charge type of unit. He he. I just hope their charge will be unstoppable. In fact I was impressed by the charge from the Serbian knights during our game with Gilles. So I wonder... Maybe... 
And if you want to know, in Art de la guerre, with those guys, you get 4 units of knights. And they're nasty too.






Je reste dans les bons gros cliches medievaux aujourd'hui, puisque voici venir les chevaliers. Ce sont des figs Mirliton que j'ai peintes avec amour, car elles sont vraiment faciles a peinturlurer. Attention toutefois, si elles sont tres belles, elles sont fragiles. Vous etes donc prevenus. A FOG, ils peuvent etre soit superior ou bien average, et ils sont undrilled. Bref, du bon gros chevalier type Francais a Crecy: moi voir, moi taper. Pour tout dire, j'ai ete impressione par les chevaliers serbes lors de ma partie contre Gilles. Donc bon, a voir. Et si je transpose a Art de la guerre, j'obtiens 4 unites de mechants chevaliers lourds. Niark!


10 comments:

  1. These are wonderful sculpts for 15mm; and your paint job is wonderful too.

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  2. Outstanding work, you've really brought these to life.

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  3. I like the mixture of poses with the lances especially!

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  4. Nicely done Seb, a great mix of colour!

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  5. Aha, so it's not just me painting silly kerniggets then!

    Great unit Seb:)

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  6. Great looking unit and great sculpts.

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  7. They do look nice together. Best, Dean

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  8. vraiment impressionnant ces chevaliers

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