Sunday, 10 August 2014

Sunday, 3 August 2014

The Assault Group Tudors WIP

Tudor Arquebusiers from TAG: these figures are just about done however the ensign needs finishing off. I had a right carry on with the matt varnish on these and couple needed a repaint, hopefully I've got it sorted now. I've just finished 36 bowmen and have made a start on the billmen so more pics shouldn't be far away. cheers Pete 

A couple of TAG ensigns; the flags are printed onto cloth. 

Saturday, 19 July 2014

TAG Tudor standard bearer 2

Flag of the Duke of Norfolk and  one that may represent one of the flags carried by the gentlrman pensioners at  the siege of Boulogne.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

The Assault Group Tudor Standard Bearer

Due to an arm injury I haven't completed any flags or painted anything for some time. However here's the first of set of flags for Henry VIII's army in the 1540's, once I've done this sheet I'll be back to work on a few flags I've been promising for a while, cheers Pete

Sunday, 20 April 2014

Papal Flags of Julius II

Here's two flag sheets for the forces of Pope Julius II.

Flagsheet 1:
 the first flag is conjectural
the 2nd and 3rd are taken from a contemporary etching  and the 4th and 5th are conjectural .
First flag is taken from a contemporary painting, the rest of the flags are  taken from the battle of Ravenna woodcut however the colours are conjectural.

Friday, 18 April 2014

Elizabethan Demi Lancer

Here's a couple of pictures of my first demi lancer  for use with Donnybrook rules. The figure is a simple conversion of the excellent Elizabethan general figure from Crann Tara miniatures; to have a look how simple here's the link to prove it
 cheers Pete

Crann Tara officer figure

Monday, 7 April 2014

Something a little different

Here's a pic of my representation of the flags for the 1st Jyske and the Schleswig Cavalry regiments from the Scanian War. This completes the first Scanian War flag sheet  however there will be more to come but first I've some Burgundians to finish and some Yorkists to get started. cheers Pete