Khurasan Miniatures: Neue Previews
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Previews of our 15mm Central and Eastern European infantry for the later 14th century — Feudal or town spearmen, crossbowmen, and mercenary types with various nasty choppers! These are suitable as Germans (of course) but also Polish foot, Hungarians, Bohemians, and (at least for the crossbowmen) the Low Countries. (We have separate low country pikemen and plancon wielders coming.)
As I’ve mentioned I have a large 13th century range I’ve been developing for some time and paintups of the models are now underway. Here’s the first set of knight paintups — it’s knights in barrel helms, lance at 45 degrees, fully armoured horses. These would be the elite of any knightly army!
The knight codes are either “lance at 45 degrees” or “lance up” and there are multiple types — barrel helm, sugarloaf helmet, kettle helmet, and steel caps or mail coif. There are also some special sets, like knights in coats of plate, and several character sets. And they will all be available on unarmoured horses, caparisoned horses, or fully armoured horses.
And of course there are dismounted knights and pedites as well! I’ll get this range out if it’s the last thing I do … and it just might be! 😄
These templars were beautifully painted by Dimi Bousios!
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