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Fantastic as usual! Will you be doing any for the commanders in Henry VIIIs army?
Hi Oli, I'm tempted with the TAG kickstarter for the 1544 campaign and have even worked out what figures I would need for my Tudor army; so I'm likely to do a set of flags for these. I'm not sure about the earlier campaigns however being a regular viewer of Stuart's blog: http://stuartsworkbench.blogspot.co.uk/ it's hard to resist.
Thanks Pete,if you do decide to go that way i'm happy to help if you need it.Stuart
Hi Stuart, any help would be appreciated and would sway me into completing a sheet for the 1513 French and Flodden campaigns. However I doubt I'll be able to match your lovely flags.I'm sure I've seen a link to a four volume set on English Heraldry what look's like it'll be just the business for for WOR and Tudor flags. However it costs £350 and I would have to have sight of it before I could commit to buying it. Do you now anyone that has seen a copy?cheers Pete
I think I may have an alternative workaround for you, inbox me and I'll send it to you.
Email sent, cheers Pete
Very nice work !!!best regards Michael
Pete I am thinking exactly the same. I tried the 1544 army years ago with Redoubt figures but gave up in the end. I think I will have to have a second go with the TAG figures even if in the end they don't do enough for an army, at least a company of 100 English in the coats would look great.At some point I also want to have a go at the 1513 campaign, its another army I tried in the past with Dixon and redoubt figures.
It looks like TAG's committed to the French and English even if the kickstarter is unsuccessful so things are looking promising.
Great looking banners again epic stuff!Also good news about the TAG Tudor stuff and I'll be pleased if they manage their stretch targets too.