Tuesday, March 18, 2014

From TimB: 28mm Medieval Warriors & Thug (35 points)

From Tim:
A few assorted Mediaeval Warriors I will use as fantasy humans in A Song of Blades and Heroes.
These halberdiers are painted in the livery of my old Brettonian Hero from my Warhammer days Philippe du Lapin. I’m not sure of the manufacturer of these as I got them in a trade. I originally thought they might be Old Glory (as they came in a bag of 30) but then seem… well… “too nice” to be Old Glory…
This foot knight is, I believe, from Wargames Foundry. It is yet another figure I’ve had for decades and have stripped and repainted.
A generic Mediaeval Thug from Mega Miniatures.

Haha, I like your diplomatic comment re: Old Glory. Yes, they can be a bit hit or miss in those big bags of lead... But as you say these are very nice indeed. (I really like those nasty bills they're wielding.)

These seven figures will give Tim 35 points. Now Tim, go dig up some more cool stuff from your lead pile! 


  1. I like the way you do your metals. Aged and worn, like they should be.

    Well done!

  2. Great work Tim.
    The Thug looks very much the part.

  3. Nice stuff as always Tim. The poses are very dynamic and you've got a good mix, perfect for skirmish games.

  4. I think they are from Front Rank. Very nice painting work.

    1. Ah, yes! I've found them now - War of the Roses infantry. Thanks! Now I can get some matching archers and crossbowmen!

  5. I would not want to run into the thug... Nice work.

  6. Nice work. Just go the rules for that game recently.


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