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The Eighty Years War

The Eighty Years War

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Spanish reinforcements from Brother Vinni

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Hmm, I don’t manage to properly paint faces yet.Hmm, I don’t manage to properly paint faces yet.

On a convention in Antwerp last year, I bought these two miniatures from Brother Vinni. Brother Vinni has a small range of historical miniatures from the 16th century. He calls his Spaniards “Iberians”. The woman with the skulls on the base, is probably meant for fantasy games. The style of her clothes fits in well in the 16th century though.

For some reason I wanted to give the man a blackened helmet. Either he bought a more expensive helmet then the other Spanish soldiers or he got it form a Dutch soldier he killed.

Spanish reinforcements from Brother Vinni

On this photo you see the swordsman from Brother Vinni beside a miniature from Warlord Games. Brother Vinni’s miniature is taller. The miniatures from Warlord Games are exactly 28 mm from the ground to the eyes. The ones from Brother Vinny are closer to 32mm. Ah well, in the real world people don’t all have the exact same height either and they are very nice models. The difference in size is less evident after painting them, then when unpainted.

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