Monday, 30 August 2010

Pikes from Freiburg Late 14th c.

The DBA-Armylist says something about 2x4Pk for Medieval Germans IV/13b. I've got no idea what they're supposed to be. IMO they're too early, pikes in the 14th century?! But anyway, I like the figs.


Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Welcome back!It's been a long time since your last post.Nice looking mini's btw!


Menic said...

Ay Chrsitopher, thanx for your kind words! I'm painting actually quite alot, but I don't seem to get them based and pictured. But the Habsburg Army is comin' up stong! Woe Leopold, outch!

neldoreth said...

Nice to see your stuff again! I would really like to see those Swiss all based up as well if you get the chance :)


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