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Anglo-Danish

Posted by despertaferro on 21 Jun 2009, 19:13

Anglo-Danish army 1014-1075 AD. Suitable for Hastings and wars against Welsh, Norse Vikings, Pre-Feudal Scots and themselves. Hard job to become a king on those times.

A few Housecarls and Thegns whit mail hauberks and swords. The rest are Fyrd.

Hope you liked.

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Posted by ColeF on 21 Jun 2009, 19:17

Beautiful!!!!! :love: :love: :love: :thumbup:







(actually they're supposed to be ugly Cole, C'mon! :roll: )

:lol:
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Posted by Paul on 21 Jun 2009, 19:38

Just tell Harold to keep an eye out for arrows ;-)
Nice looking bunch of Emhar (?) figs
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Posted by despertaferro on 21 Jun 2009, 20:16

Emhar and Revell. And some Strelets carefully hidden for the pictures :mrgreen:
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Posted by Peter on 22 Jun 2009, 11:26

Nice work as always despertaferro. :thumbup: I hope we can see one time a figure of you in the comparisons section. We'll pick a figure you have ;-)

Greetings Peter
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Posted by Jaques on 22 Jun 2009, 14:30

Excellent work. :thumbup:
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Posted by despertaferro on 22 Jun 2009, 23:09

Many thank's Peter, that's very kind. You know that I'm not interested on individuals and despite how crowdy my pictures may looks like, I'm a very slow and lazy painter.
But if you do'nt mind to try with something that it is in my list, you can count with me.
If you want it fast (finished in a week or two) right now I'm doing some Napoleonic Russian Cuirassiers (Zvezda and Hat, 16 horsemen) and Mamelukes (Italeri and Hat, 12 horsemen).
Later on, I'm planning some 1914 Germans (Caesar and Airfix for infantry and Hat artillery), Polish Winged Hussars (Zvezda and Orion), Janissaries (Zvezda and Orion)... basically XVII Century stuff. Maybe some XVI Century Spaniards (Caesar and Revell) also... :-D
Sorry for that... :oops:
I do'nt want to change your rules or make you change your subject. I love all these pink grenadiers and I can't wait to see them finished for the Gay Pride Parade :thumbup:
Cheers
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Posted by Paul on 23 Jun 2009, 18:23

You´re a lazy and very slow painter !!!!!!! :shock:
This I find hard to believe. Try the napoleonic figure in your style, if you want one PM me,
Cheers
Paul :shock:
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Posted by Thanos on 24 Jun 2009, 11:00

good painting mate,

do you use the army painter varnishes?
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Posted by despertaferro on 24 Jun 2009, 11:16

Hi Thanos,

I use Enamels, Dark Brown washing and Matt Varnish coat. Mostly Humbrol, some Tamiya. I would like to change to Acrylics but I do'nt know how the washing works with them.

Thank's for asking
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Posted by Nono on 24 Jun 2009, 16:37

Very nice :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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