Bretonnian banners and pennants in 5 steps


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It is easy.


Naked bretonnian lance is a blasphemy. Blasphemy against aesthetics, against bretonnian knightly myth and against reason. Our knight must be seen in the frey. To whom glory and honour belongs must be obvious instantly. Bretonnian lance “adorned” with pennants and banners made of flat paper is a crime also (after few trips to hostile territories paper will brake and paint will spall). So what to do if you want to have a proper, nice and natural good looking lances adorned with pennant? Continue reading



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“…Thou shalt give unto thine glorious liege the taxes that he requires.

Thou shalt labour all but feast days,

Ano no more than a tenth-share shall you keep for kith and kin.

Rejoice! For a knight of Bretonnia provides you shield…”


I am not a big fan of playing with blocks of infantry but I could not resist the overall image of Perry bretonnian men-at-arms infantry models. Even I will rather not field this unit, I decided to paint 10 models with full command group and make myself a unit just for show purpose. So here is my first man at arms. Continue reading