Sunday, June 7, 2009

15th C. Knights

Finally picked up a brush yesterday after over a month & finished my six remaining Old Glory WotR dismounted knights. I used known 15th C. arms for the tabards. A couple from period illustrations & the rest from known historical folk. In the photo below, left to right: Anonymous from period illus.; German knight; anonymous from period illus.; Lord Gruthnyse; Sir Thomas Montgomery; & Sir John Say.
And just to show that I also attempted the arms on the backs of the tabards.
Please don't judge me too harshly - these are for wargaming.

I hope to use these guys in some Siege & Conquest scenarios. I now have to decide what my next project will be from the following list (in no particular order):

- Victix Napoleonic French
- OG WWI German Trench Fighters, OG A7V tank, & Great War Minis Jaegers
- OG & 1st Corps Greek Hoplites, & 1st Corps Oxybeles
- Crusader Thracian Javelinmen
- Sash & Saber Napoleonic 12-pounders
- Town ruins (including a large one-piece terrain I picked up at Enfilade on the cheap)
- VFM WW2 Waffen SS
- Redoubt Trojan War chariot riders
- Battle Honors Feudal Knights (only four)

Additionally, I need to place a largish final order to OG before my membership expires next month.


  1. I replied to some of your previous photos at the WAB Forum, and that led me to follow your blog. Again, great job painting these guys. I love all the heraldic detail.

  2. Thank you kindly; I appreciate your interest. I've been to your blog too - great stuff. It's great to know there are folks all around the world with similar interests. Warm Regards, Dean

  3. Dean, you're too modest! I don't know how you do it... the heraldry is awesome... I could never do that. :(