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Author Topic: Anglo Danes Close Ups of Each Base- Unit Five- Composition Explanation  (Read 403 times)

Atheling

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For the full selection of pictures please pop on over to my Just Add Water Blog here:
http://justaddwater-bedford.blogspot.com/2022/10/anglo-danes-close-ups-of-each-base-unit.html


Here are the close ups of the last unit I finished. So, why the close ups? First off it allows for the bases to be seen as individual interactions or conversations between the miniatures. where possible, with my miniatures I try to make each model look like it is part of an organic fighting force This is the case even in Victorian era armies as you can see here:



This is all the more important with vignettes (to state the obvious):



In the case of the Anglo Danes I wanted to evoke the frantic crush of battle as portrayed in the Bayeux Tapestry. To conjure up the press, the desperation, the sheer brutality and belligerence as illustrated on that famous embroidery.





I hope that, in some small way I have managed to touch upon the press of battle as elucidated in the tapestry in some small way.













The whole unit again:
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