Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Mediaeval Warriors

A few assorted Mediaeval Warriors I will use as humans in A Song of Blades and Heroes.

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):

The whole gang.

These halberdiers are painted in the livery of my old Brettonian Hero from my Warhammer days Philippe du Lapin. I wasn’t 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… as it turns out they are from Front Rank Figures - thanks to Juan for identifying them!

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.

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

My final entries in the Fourth Annual Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge - some more minis for A Fistful of Kung Fu – Hong Kong Movie Wargame Rules and the 8th Infantry Brigade CEF for the Vimy Project.


  1. Beautiful paint job, details are really the last one, the avenging arm is going to strike!

  2. Shiny! And some good realistic poses for the halberdiers too, only the dismounted knight is doing it wrong :D
    But he looks good nonetheless

  3. They all look great, I assumed they were OG as well, until you said they weren't.