We have been using the "Flower of Chivalry" booklet by the Canadian Wargamers Group (by Bruce McFarlane) as a guide for our OOB and unit organizations. This is really a great book and resource if you are interested in the Medieval period. I have been mainly painting units for the Lancastrian army under the Duke of Sommerset at the battle of Tewksbury, May 4th, 1471. My friend, Titch, has been painting the Yorkists. We are about done with this project and we each only need to paint a few units of longbowmen. I still have two boxes of plastic Perry Miniatures units I need to get from Titch and I am looking forward to painting these! Here are some pictures of a recent game in action:
|25mm War of the Roses action taking place on my gaming table!|
|A unit of Front Rank knights. These are really nice figures, but slightly|
larger than the Old Glory and Wargames Foundry figs.
|The skirmish for the farm! Some shire archers and mecenary handgunners|
fight for control of the field and farm.
|Front Rank Burgundian pikemen on a bridge.|