Renegade Miniatures produce a small but tasty range of Anglo-Saxons including a few cavalry.
The figures are fairly bulky but a lot of them have a style that is evocative of the famous Lewis Chessmen which gives excellent period flavour. The sculpting is nice and clean with good detail. Shield and weapons are separate but included in the pack, although I would have preferred spears rather than swords and axes!
Here is a Renegade figure on the left and a Crusader figure on the right.
This is Renegade compared to Foundry on the left.
Renegade on the left and a plastic Gripping Beast figure on the right.
Renegade on the left and Redoubt on the right.
Renegade on the right and Artizan on the left.
Looking for 28mm historical miniature figures? This blog is a database of manufacturers showing who makes what. I am also adding photos showing figures from different makers side by side. The 'Directory' tab has a list of manufacturers showing what ranges they make and a link to their website. The other tabs list what figures are available for that period.
Monday, 12 November 2012
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