Finished Armed Infantry #2 (Claymore Castings OT55 Double Handed Weapon Armed Infantry 4)

 

Hello friends!

I continue the annual series of entries related to medieval models (yes, yes a year!) and finished the second part of armed men from the OT55 Double Handed Weapon Armed from Claymore Castings today.

The inboxing of the set can be found HERE

       I will repeat it every time, but I really like models from Claymore CastingsThey are cast in white metal, have interesting poses (static and in motion) and an unmistakable charm.

        The unit will join the project of my army of the Kingdom of Poland, under the banner of Mikołaj Powała from Taczewo

Below are four soldiers from the described set, and all others from this project.
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Comments

  1. Your talented brushwork as always, Michal - sculpts are excellent too.

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  2. They are so nice. I like the colors you use to make them look likes dirty veteran soldiers in a not so happier middle age.

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  3. Well done, great poses and wonderful painting Michal!

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  4. Lovely figures Michal and a whole force !

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  5. Wondeful additions but it's only when the group is together that one can spot their uniformity of colours = superb !

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  6. Lovely work on these Michal, the warband is growing nicely. Do you plan to game with them?

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    1. Thank you so much Paul.
      Yes, Lion Rampant after some more painting.

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  7. Inspiring work. They all look terrific!

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  8. Wyśmienita ekipa Michale. Podoba mi się spójność rycerzy.
    Po
    Tomasz

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  9. Lovely team picture. They would be wonderful as a Thud & Blunder warband!

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  10. Nice to find you on Blogger as well! Your collection of minis is truly incredible. Keep up the great work!
    Cheers 🍻

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  11. Stunning work, Michal! Love Claymore Castings with your brushwork authoring :)
    How did I miss this post?

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