Most of the figures are Citadel / Games Workshop, from their Bretonnia range, early nineties. I even discovered some plastic knights from the MB game Battlemasters, which serve just fine. A few figures are Wargames Foundry.
Medieval armies provide great opportunities for heraldic devices, so I designed a couple of heraldic motifs that were easy to paint, or for which I had transfers lying around. The flags are from www.warflag.com .
|The King leading a column of knights.|
|Knights ready to charge. Note that each knight has an individual heraldic design.|
|Another view of the knights. A couple of knights in the 2nd row are plastic figures from the Battlemasters game.|
|I painted the archery in various simple colors. The flags are printed on paper, and given their ‘wavy’ effect when glued together.|
|Knights on foot. Again, each knight has a unique shield. The more complex designs are painted with the help of transfers.|
|The ‘Leuvense Garde’. I like giving my units fake names, in this case they bear the arms of my hometow Leuven. Figures are not Games Workshop, but Grenadier. They are a bit out-of-period, being late-medieval, but who cares, really?|
|An old Citadel organ gun. The two looters in the back are Wargames Foundry.|
|The siegetrain. The trebuchet is a recent model from Citadel, the mantlet is from Wargames Foundry.|