Mats Elzinga has very kindly made me up some beautiful Liégeois guild flags for my Low Countries Militia, who are clearly becoming more than a side-project. Above is the flag for the Meuniers (appropriately, the Millers) Guild- most of the minis are ex David Imrie.
Below the city flag with minis that are painted by me or Shaun McTague. Mats is going to do flags for the other guilds, too, so I will need to get a lot more minis painted! I don't mind this, though, as I have lots of spare plastic minis that suit this army rather better than they do Italian or Swiss hosts.
In other news, there's a palpable sense, here in the UK, that the tyranny of Covid is finally coming to an end. I'm busy dusting off half-finished projects from last year and planning events for Q3 that might, actually, happen! I am sifting through my lead-reserves and planning a real table-groaner. :-)
Flagtastice is right! Really they are great.
hi Simon are you going to by releasing those nice flags that Mat has done as I am looking to doing some low country units yours Andrew
I asked Mats and he says he has plans to release them, but I don't yet know the details. They are excellent flags! I can't wait for the other guilds, I keep prepping more minis so I can field more flags. :-)
Beautiful standards for a splendid unit Simon. Looks like I better start painting some more pike. Well done.
Yum! I always live a good flag!
Pike and flags - can’t beat that! These look great, Simon 👍
Lovely looking flags and troops, you're recruiting rapidly it seems!
Recruiting faster than Charles the Bold, I am, Iain. ;-)
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