Television is rather a frightening business. But I get all the relaxation I want from my collection of model soldiers.
Peter Cushing

Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Dex Aie!

"God is with us!"

The cry of the Normans as they charged up Senlac Ridge in October 1066 under the Papal banner; and looking at this little lot you can imagine it is true. If I saw them charging toward me, I would be having fairly severe doubts about whose side the Almighty was on. 



The first unit. 



The second unit. 


All of them together. 




There's still 4 four on the sprues; you can't complain about the value of the conquest miniatures. 

There was also the casualty marker which I had a great deal of fun with: 


Before gore; the guts painted in honour of the Tauntaun. 



In other news, the Eldest continues to enjoy his Dungeon crawls and has developed a love of Warg Riders; so current work in progress:



Highlighting and detail left but I'll take care of that for him tomorrow. 

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful stuff Sir, I have no doubt that I would be running for cover! The casualty marker is great too, as soon as I saw the blue guts I thought Tauntaun - wonderful!

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    1. It's an iconic thing for people of a certain age, isn't it? Thanks for your support.

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  2. Great looking Normans, the casualty marker is especially good.
    Best Iain

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