Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Painting Table - February 2, 2010 - Medieval Cav

Progress continues, slowly, on the medieval cavalry. These guys have been on my table for a little while now, but most of my painting in recent days has been a stolen 20 minutes here and there (with a few side moments of painting some 25mm crusader foot, but that's a different story).

In addition to the rank and file cavalry, there are a couple of leader figures. The poorly lit yellow one will be on a stand by himself, and will likely end up being one of the main personalities in the solo blog campaign that I intend to begin soon.
The gent on the red horse below will go on a 3 figure command stand with the red and white musician and a standard bearer.


  1. The cav are Old Glory "German Sergeants" from the Liegnitz Mongols in Europe range. The yellow horsed leader is a Hundred Years War mounted leader from one of the Personality packs (that's why he has a crown on his helmet). The red horsed leader is either from the Teutonic Command bag (Liegnitz range) or the Crusader command bag. I'm pretty sure he's Teutonic command. They are being painted as generic medievals for the most part - not crusaders, although there is some different crusades stuff in the works.

  2. These close up pics with a high res camera are brutal on the ego!! :)

  3. yes but Eric most wargamers see the troops on the table and say "ahh woooo ahh pretty." and do not pick them up or look at them with such scrutiny as your camera. Besides I like them myself anyway. :D