Saturday, June 15, 2019

Foundry Vikings

   These are all Foundry vikings for sale. These figures have been around for a while
and certainly hold up being very nice figures. Reds, Leaf Green and blues were
favored by the vikings for colors. Also white, black, scarlet as well as browns/red brown
and creams were common in addition to grey which was a common choice for cloaks.
Shield colors of yellow, red, black, and white where the most popular....and the main
choices used for models. Note: figures are not based only temp mounted for pics will
be detached before sending











Artizan Design Carolingians Cavalry

   Following figures posting that are for sale....I included both a figure of Charlemagne
and a standard bearer....choice of colors noted on the Gripping Beast post. Beautiful
figures these are....I do wish they had bigger hands for gripping the spear/lance only
gripe I have but do enjoy the shields they provided. I mostly opted for one color
for the shield as I understand at least during the early period of the Carolingians
that was most common. Note: figures are not based only temp mounted for pics will
be detached before sending









Gripping Beast Carolingian Cavalry

    Below are the photos of some Gripping Beast figures posting for sale. I have also included a comparison pic next to some Artizan Design Carolingians for those interested
how they relate to each other in style as well as size. I did use some LBMS transfers
with these in addition to hand painted shields (In general I prefer hand painted but
for ease used a few) and went with standard colors. Carolingians were noted for a
preference of scarlet leggings...both white and blue were common tunic colors with
the tunics edged in a contrasting color. Other colors such as yellow, ochre, red
as well as browns and creams were noted. These figures have the closed hands that
have to be drilled which I really like as they give a firm grasp of spear retention from
coming loose. Note: the figures are not based...only mounted for pics they will be detached
before sending.









Gripping Beast on the left Artizan Design on the right

Gripping Beast on left Artizan Design on right