Recently I got started on a new army of Bretonnians painting a small band of five serfs and their lord Vicomte Pascal D'ascii. Sharp eyed readers may have noticed my army does not quite match the usual expectations when it comes to these feudal fighters of the Old World. That's true. I'm actually painting a Flesh Eater Court army. Deranged cannibals living in a shared delusion of noble grandeur. Recently I added a fresh batch of monsters to this army.
Far be it for me to just glue these ghouls together and claim they're delusional Bretonnians. The background just begs for a some small conversions (at least). The five plus one test models I painted for the previous update were assembled as the instructions stated (and languished in the lead/plastic pile for quite some time). The new models above were stuck together for this army (they languished in sprue-hell). I stuck the new members of the army together with a box full of old Bretonnian bits handy. This gave me the chance to do silly stuff. Let's start with (most of) the commanders.
|I still need to make up some cheesy names for this lot.|
|Now there's a handsome and noble king, ready to quest for the lady!|
|I just love the goofy expressions on the faces of all the models in this range.|
|"Ready to work", "Right'ho"|
|Its wonderful how an extra arm in the right place turns a strangely spiked skeleton into a full fledged knight (that keeps reminding me of the Goblin riders in the movie Labyrinth).|
* I have a formidable sense of the future when it comes to this banner as I couldn't drill a hole to pin it to the lower part.
** I should have gotten a name by now. Shame on me.