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Author Topic: Under St.Christopher's banners: Cilician armenians of the Crusading Age (1.4.18)  (Read 11170 times)

Offline James Morris

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Really loving the highly stylised painting technique!  Looking forward to seing more.

Offline Whitwort Stormbringer

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Wow, these are excellent!  I'm not familiar with the "Crescent & Cross" version of SAGA, but would Crusaders work?

Offline levied troop

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Excellent figures, love the bold painting style.
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Offline doowopapocalypse

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More please!  :o
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Offline Phil Portway

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They look excellent!  :o :o :o :o :o :-* :-* :-* :-* :-*
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Offline Father Primus

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First Corycos' city militiamen and their veteran commander.

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Offline georgec

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Finally, despite the lack of information and useful images, I decided to start Cilician armenians. Perhaps, they will become my second army for Saga (after I'll decide what battleboard to use...).

Very impressive.  Information is hard to come by, have you come across any good sources you could recommend?

Offline von Lucky

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Lovely painting. The coulours are beautifuly rich.
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Offline Hitman

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Impressive looking figures. Thanks for sharing.
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Offline vcina

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The figures look excellent!!  Great painting technique.

Offline tomrommel1

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nice indeed
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Offline Pappa Midnight

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Very distinctive and striking painting style. Really liking these. I bet they look brilliant on the gaming table.

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Offline Anderson Collection

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Great looking figures the head gear really makes them stand out :-*

Offline Father Primus

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Miraculously, I've got a chicken pox! Being 27 years old, that's an achievment...

On the bright side, I have a lot of free time, so, here we have rural armenian archers WIP.

to georgec:

Unfortunately, never ever seen any useful compilation about cilicians. For a visual source try to search for XIV-th century armenian icons and frescoes (quite a lot of them in the web) - sometimes they show interesting details.

Offline commissarmoody

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Chicken pox? I think at 27 you actually have to try to catch it. lol
Seriously I hope you heal quickly.
And those archers are looking pretty nice, looking forward to seeing them painted.
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