Shield colors were carried into a few fashionable helms. The color-coordinated uniforms are sure to sweep the ladies in waiting off their feet! Gripping Beast figures with LBMS transfers. The bases still need painting, drybrushing and flocking but all the hard bits are done.
Sir Inksalot strikes again.
All in all, they're an interesting option that'll add a new wrinkle to any Norman warband. I'm going to test these fellows to see how it plays out. If nothing else, I do hope they look dashing as they slowly shieldwall their way across the Dark Ages battlefield!
I've been hearing a bit of buzz that about a shortage of sable brushes in the US. I don't know the truth of it but the idea made me sweat. I use a sable and I never want to go back to working without one. I went to the excellent Secret Weapons website and bought 2 Raphael Kolinsky Sables, size 0 and a 1 just in case. In my collection of brushes, the Raphael is my workhorse. It's durable and most importantly, always keeps a fine point. Secret Weapons sells many cool products for hobbyists so I'm happy to recommend you check them out and the Raphael brush!