More Hundred Years War French men at arms finished this week with a dozen of them joining the muster.
All of them were made from components of the the Agincourt French Infantry 1415-29 and English Army 1415-1429 sets, but apart from a couple of them using standard French infantry bodies you could also use the Agincourt Foot Knights set.
I had a bit of a disaster with the Rustoleum grey primer going chalky and you may notice some of them look a bit rough because of that. It cannot be humidity related, we are talking a cold, dry Wisconsin winter here. I the same problem with my last can, maybe there is a bad batch in circulation.
These should also contribute towards my score in the Hither do I Challenge Thee (SD4) duel although I have little hope of catching up with Kens prodigious output on his lovely Italian Wars project.
Putting these away in the box today with the rest of the collection I noted that I now have 18 units done, 8 English and 10 French, it shall soon be time to stop skirmishing and start playing some big battles.
And we have yet more French! Maybe I should have called this the French Fridays, not the Friday follies.
Lots of nice, reasonably simple livery on those fellows. The white is especially crisp and clean. I quite like the fellow on the fore right. And there's your as usual effective sabot basing. Huzzah!
Another 60 points on thr boards, and in Side Duel #4!