Dogs of War
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Another great army! I really like the positioning of the pike models, if mine weren't already based i'd try it myself.
I really like the colour schemes of youre pikes and the halberdiers! (Yay.... old skool Smile )
Very nice stuff here, the only thing I'd say to improve is the bases a bit plain IMHO.
(09-09-2009, 04:24 PM)thunderstorm Wrote: for the normal pike men were did you get the models or are they renown models?

yeah, they are all renown models, there is like 90 or so pikes so i don't think i need any regular pikes, though if they ever make some plastics, i may just make up a reason to get them.. Smile

thanks on the compliments and suggested improvements for all my armies, i will go and improve them when i have a chance, also fro putting the army threads in the right forum, 2 were posted b4 i realize it was in the Dogs of War forum rather than non Dogs of War army forum.
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Nice army though Smile
Very nice army puts mine to shame Big Grin
(09-07-2009, 06:18 PM)henerius Wrote: I really like the colour schemes of youre pikes.

Same as here henerius, I also like the color scheme too much of his pikes. They are also attractive too. And I also believe that that all looks like the real war.
I really like your use of the Battlemasters minicannon. Looking good!
Good looking army. Specially like the bodyguard, old school right enough.
I particularly love the colour scheme on the leopard company, green and white always looks good for some reason. Smile[/align]
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Oh, very nice. I like the middle ogre- where's she from?
I'm currently a knight, but someday I have dreams of advancing to Asarnil Dragonlord.

Not a Bretonnian knight, though. I want to be one of those cool Arabyan Mamluks.
Games workshop Female Maneater, online only I think.
Yup, she's a great model. I use her as the ship's cook in my ogre pirates.

One nitpicky thing: the chain the giant is carrying looks brand new. Perhaps wash it with a bit of devlan mud or ogryn flesh to muddy it up? Other than, that, beautiful.

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