Before I left on vacation, I was able to get a start on my Poitiers project. I began working on the vanguard infantry. The vanguard was led by Constable Brienne and was the only combined arms command at the battle. There were the two mounted units led by Audrehem and Clermont, a significant number of crossbowmen, and a fair number of dismounted knights and men at arms. It's also likely that the crossbowmen were divided between Genoese mercenaries and feudal levies each fighting on a wing of the command. Also divided were the men at arms, divided between a foreign contingent of Germans led by the Count of Saarbruck and some Scots, and French knights.
I've painted up my German command. The figures are Old Glory from the Crecy and Poitiers range. These are the French dismounted knights with shortened lances combined with the command figures from the same range. They are relatively easy to paint. The figures wear the jupon over their armor, which often makes painting the heraldic emblem a little difficult navigating around various arms.
Dansk Figurspilsforenings, a Danish miniature wargame site. The site itself is in Danish, however there are many high quality flags available for download including AWI, ACW, the Crusades, later middle ages and others. They also include a fine collection from the Hundred Years War, including specific standards/banners from Crecy, Poitiers and miscellaneous French, English and Gascon flags, as well as those from the guilds of Ghent, and the kingdom of Aragon. I like my banners visible, so I left 'em big. They are mounted on Northstar lances, shortened for the occasion.
My Micro Scale Fighting Emplacements - A few years ago, my friend Adrian sold/gave me seven of these micro-scale (6 millimeter, 1/285th scale) fortified positions. Neither one of us can recall...
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