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Author Topic: Under St.Christopher's banners: Cilician armenians of the Crusading Age(18.5.22)  (Read 13967 times)

Offline Captain Blood

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Splendid creations  :-*

Offline Father Primus

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Well, more than 3 years have passed since my last update, but the project is still going on!!!

I've get a sprue of GB romans and decided to give it a good armenian use))

More archers and spearmen (to get two units of 12 warriors each, finally) under ST.Christopher's banner!

And the banner itself!

Offline Tactalvanic

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Good to see its still going! 3 years is short term in the case of some projects...

Still They are excellent,, here's to more frequent updates?

Offline Duke Donald

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I really like your painting. There's a borderline impressionistic feel to it, which makes it striking and effective.

Offline Breazer

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I love to see another log where someone cuts up the fireforge minis and adds some facial hair. It looks great. Very well crafted sir!

Offline vcina

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Well done.  The figures look excellent.

Offline Father Primus

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Thank you))

Well, medieval armenian without a facial hair is a pure nonsence))
I am thinking about adding more knights/squires and a bunch of lightly armed skirmishers with shields/javelins.

Offline Tonhel

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Very colourful! It really pops out! I like how you did the shields and banner!

Offline Vanvlak

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I seem to have missed this thread when it started - good job I caught it now, superb work there.

Offline Father Primus

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After another hiatus - more armenian knights and squires. Now I have 12 heavy cavalry in this army.
Have some issues with a working hand, that's why these guys are painted in a simplified manner.

Offline Digger

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Still as wonderful as the earlier.


Offline Hu Rhu

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Amazing collection and wonderful painting.  :-* :-*

Offline Engel

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Ohh really nice!

Offline gregmita

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I love the Kynokephalos banner!

Offline Father Primus

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Many thanks, gentlemen! This projects progresses so slowly, but I'm still working on it.

Yes, Kynokephalos version of St. Christopher is my favourite  :D


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