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This model took me some time but I finished it today. With the flag I cheated a bit (it was scanned and printed from an old White Dwarf), but the rest of the model is painted completely freehand. I would have liked to get the lion heads especially more consistent, but this is the best I can manage...

Anybody having an idea, based on the standard bearer, what the unit champion will look like? And where the paint scheme of the standard bearer comes from?


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The last 'regular' knight of the historical models is done, the next two will be unit champion and standard bearer before moving on to the fantasy style models.


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The next two of knights are done.


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The next couple of knights are done, although I fell behind in posting.


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The third knight is done.


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The second knight is done.


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The first knight is done. Anyone having some spare free hand painting talent you would be willing to part with...?


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The horses are done, as well as the backside if the shields. Next, I will paint individual riders, complete with horse barding and shield front.


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The bases of all the horses are done.


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The knights are all prepared for basecoating. I exchanged the shields from the fantasy models for the same as from the historical knights, to have a unifying element.

Most lances were good to work with, slight bends could be eased out. From some of the historical models though, the lances were very bend and quite thin - looking at them askew bend them again. So I decided to replace them with brass rod.