Tuesday, October 4, 2011

On the Workbench - Men at Arms

These two are ancient RAFM miniatures.  The one on the right has been converted to change the position of his head.  The one on the left illustrates the original casting.

The newly painted figure (the one on the right) is painted as John Radclyff, Lord Fitzwalter who was with Edward IV after (and probably at) Towton.

The older figure on the left was an attempt to capture the heraldry of Lord Wenlock (argent, a chevron between three Moor's heads sable).

Wenlock may find himself attached to a bill unit made equally old (1980s) RAFM figures whilst Fitzwalter will join a unit of dismounted men at arms - both for Basic Impetus.

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