Flodden Tudor English

Started by Lord Speedy of Leighton, 06 February 2016, 11:17:47 PM

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d_Guy

Quote from: Ithoriel on 28 February 2016, 05:18:36 PM
Warden of the Northern Marches to Alnwick, Warden of the Cinque Ports to Rye! :)


I love that game and wish I had not left it behind three moves ago!

Great looking army, Mad L, yet another period I am trying hard to resist!
Sleep with clean hands ...

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Finally got this batch finished and photographed!
250+ figures in a month!!!
Duke of Suffolk's Retinue Bills








Local Militia Billmen in The Lord Admiral's livery






Retinue Archers



(only just noticed the two 'drunken' archers in the back rank!



Yeomen of The Guard (Early uniform, they switched to the red and black we all know around 1525)




Second unit of Demi-Lancers






Gentlemen Pensioners of Henry VIII's household






Final artillery piece






The whole battery






The Generals (Essex, Heron & Dacre)


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Subedai

Nice looking army, good stuff.
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 :-bd =D> :-bd

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Really nice Will. Are these for Fog?
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fred.

Cool. Loads of figures, and looking really good together.

It will be good to see some pics of them all together on the table.
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They are for FogR, I will do a whole army shot when the last 120 troops are done!

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FierceKitty

Quote from: d_Guy on 29 February 2016, 08:19:35 PM
I love that game and wish I had not left it behind three moves ago!

Great looking army, Mad L, yet another period I am trying hard to resist!

With my moves between continents, I've had to replace it twice. But it's worth it.
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Techno

Those look absolutely belting, Will !  :-bd

Cheers - Phil

Leman

Marvellous stuff Will. Really enjoying seeing this project unfold.
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Finally got the last two units done, at 1am on Saturday, with the competition starting at 9am!
Landschernekt Pike Keill
96 pike and 16 Heavy Swordsman (which were featured previously)








My usual view of the unit!


And 24  Landschernekht/Burgundian Mercanary Heavy Cavalry





Oops, droopy lance!


Fixed it!

Top view


My view


A few action shots

Vs The other Henrician Tudor Army (he won)!



My Pikes vs Elite Maximillian Gendarmes (it was not pretty for the gee-gees)!


Henry vs German Pikes, Earl of Surry's retinue left, Yeoman of the Guard right


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d_Guy

Still like your "Henry the Large" leading the army (and impressive it is too) - he should be worth a battle elephant or three!  :)
Incidently painting late into the night before a battle is a sure way to lose - a long swig of triple sec would have better!
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Techno

Lovely stuff, Will.

Cheers - Phil

Lord Speedy of Leighton

Quote from: d_Guy on 05 April 2016, 02:49:11 AM
Still like your "Henry the Large" leading the army (and impressive it is too) - he should be worth a battle elephant or three!  :)
Incidently painting late into the night before a battle is a sure way to lose - a long swig of triple sec would have better!
Won two, lost two! All good d'Guy! Prefer Port....
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