So they've been a little while acoming, but I've finished the basing on the second pole-armed unit of Burgundian Ordonnance - which completes the two planned contingents of this type.
The background to the painting and flags for this unit have been covered in an earlier post. I ended up not changing any of the positions of the figures; I fiddled around but they seemed to work OK and the 'Italianates' carrying the shields add a slightly different dimension to this group.
Next posting should be something a little higher up the medieval social structure....
Really nice, your blog is a big inspiration for me.ReplyDelete
Fantastic, really amazing! The basing, the faces, and the paintjob, all is perfect!ReplyDelete
Great paint job on the figures. Really nice looking unit.ReplyDelete
The metals on these are just terrific, lovely work.ReplyDelete
Very nice, looks like they're surging forward which is coolReplyDelete
Tremendous stuff, Simon. The painting is awesome, as always, but I love the sense of forward momentum in the unit.ReplyDelete
Very nice looking unit!!! Greate painting!!!ReplyDelete
Like tour compossition of the bases, they feel very dynamic
Best regards Michael
Great figures, great paintjob, great basing – what more could be asked for?ReplyDelete
This whole Burgundian Wars thing has been an interest for me ever since, and seeing your excellent rendition doesn't help fighting the urge to finally get me some models for this…
Nice work Simon.ReplyDelete
The Italian flavour really adds something to the unit
You really can't beat a well turned out group of medieval figures, great paint job.ReplyDelete
Good work, the positioning is spot on and the group really have an integral unit feel about them - some rather characterful expressions in there too.ReplyDelete