I decided to do the tunic/dress in blue plaid it just seemed to work for her then the sash in red and the ride stipes on the under tunic set off the blue palate.
Another of my hand painted shields a varient of the raven I did last year. She'll make a good "Man" at-arms for Frostgrave but please don't call her a Thug she is after all a lady and armed.
This fellow has a Frostgrave head and sword and a Wargames Factory body, arms and shield. He needs a good name probably with a Norse tone to it please feel free to suggest one.
The pieces work well together, though Frostrgrave arms would be a bit large with the body the same issue doesn't apear with the head.
I also adde the rope coil form the Frostgrave soldier set I got and I think it adds something to the figure.
This fellow has been in my dead lead box for a while, he's a bit under dressed for Frostgrave but his armerment makes him an excellent "Treasure Hunter" soldier type. He's an old Ral Partha for those who are curious. I've Named him Peter Blood (as in the clasic swashbuckler movie Captain Blood).
The observent will see he doesn't have snow on his base this is so he can join the fray in En Garde as well.
Non-snow bases work for frostgrave but snow covered bases stand out sharply on other table.
Finaly the Tracker this is one of the official Frostgrave minatures Armed with a staff and bow. He goes by the name Wolf but if its his real name no one knows.
I'm glad to add him to my stash of Warband figures having a "tracker" is great for flavor but at the moment they have no special abilities (and for a few coins more you can get a Ranger who is a better combatant) so I haven't added one to my war band but its nice to have him in reserve. That should be another most 20 point entry.
Starting out today, we have the first of three posts from AdamC who is nicely building up figures for Frostgrave. I do like the snow bases on your figures Adam. Nice work on the tartan and good to see mixing and matching body parts!
Might I suggest Urs for the Norse type- he seems a bit of a bear. Peter Blood looks like his blood runs hot enough to keep him warm. I like the ARMA reference too.