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Joan of Arc Paint Log

Joan of Arc Paint Log

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About the Project

My painting log for Time of Legends: Joan of Arc.

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Soothsayer and The Witch

Tutoring 0
Skill 6
Idea 2
No Comments
Soothsayer Soothsayer
Soothsayer, Lloyd shot Soothsayer, Lloyd shot
The WitchThe Witch
The Witch, Lloyd shotThe Witch, Lloyd shot

English Heroes

Tutoring 0
Skill 5
Idea 0
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John Talbot John Talbot
John Talbot, Lloyd shotJohn Talbot, Lloyd shot
John Chandos John Chandos
John Chandos, Lloyd shotJohn Chandos, Lloyd shot
John of Lancaster John of Lancaster
John of Lancaster, Lloyd shot John of Lancaster, Lloyd shot

Joan Of Arc 360

Tutoring 0
Skill 3
Idea 1
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French Heroes

Tutoring 2
Skill 7
Idea 2
2 Comments
Joan Of Arc Joan Of Arc
French Heroes

If you’re thinking of painting Fleur de Lis in 15mm, I highly recommend this video by master @elromanozo . I tried and failed twice until I remembered this vid from Romain.

La HireLa Hire
La HireLa Hire
Gilles de RaisGilles de Rais
French Heroes
Jean de DunoisJean de Dunois
Jean de DunoisJean de Dunois

Crossbowmen

Tutoring 1
Skill 8
Idea 4
2 Comments
Crossbowmen
Crossbowmen

The Black Prince 360

Tutoring 2
Skill 6
Idea 4
No Comments

Trying out the Green Stuff World rotating display stand.

Terrain bits

Tutoring 2
Skill 9
Idea 6
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Stone wallsStone walls
Terrain bits
RocksRocks
StakesStakes
A wellA well

Small houses

Tutoring 3
Skill 10
Idea 5
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Small houses
Small houses
Small houses
Small houses

Peasants

Tutoring 1
Skill 11
Idea 6
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Peasants.Peasants.
Peasants.Peasants.

Foot knights

Tutoring 2
Skill 14
Idea 8
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Foot KnightsFoot Knights
Foot Knights. Lloyd view.Foot Knights. Lloyd view.

Mounted Bowmen

Tutoring 2
Skill 11
Idea 7
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Mounted BowmenMounted Bowmen
Mounted BowmenMounted Bowmen

Heroes

Tutoring 2
Skill 15
Idea 8
2 Comments
Bertrand du GuesclinBertrand du Guesclin
Bertrand du Guesclin. Derrière. Bertrand du Guesclin. Derrière.
English heroes.English heroes.
English heroes. Lloyd view.English heroes. Lloyd view.
The Black PrinceThe Black Prince
The Black Prince. Lloyd view.The Black Prince. Lloyd view.

Some Civilians

Tutoring 2
Skill 14
Idea 8
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Civilians. One of my favourite aspects of the game!Civilians. One of my favourite aspects of the game!
Civilians. Lloyd view.Civilians. Lloyd view.

Pikemen

Tutoring 2
Skill 14
Idea 7
3 Comments
PikemenPikemen
Pikemen, Lloyd viewPikemen, Lloyd view

Halberdiers

Tutoring 2
Skill 12
Idea 7
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HalberdiersHalberdiers
Halberdiers, Lloyd view.Halberdiers, Lloyd view.

Sergeants-at-Arms

Tutoring 2
Skill 10
Idea 8
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Sergeants-at-ArmsSergeants-at-Arms
Sergeants-at-Arms, Lloyd viewSergeants-at-Arms, Lloyd view

Knights

Tutoring 2
Skill 13
Idea 10
No Comments
KnightsKnights
KnightsKnights
KnightsKnights
KnightsKnights

Bowmen

Tutoring 2
Skill 11
Idea 9
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BowmenBowmen
Bowmen, Lloyd viewBowmen, Lloyd view

Overall plan

Tutoring 8
Skill 2
Idea 11
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Here goes, this will be a massive painting effort! Time of Legends: Joan of Arc has been one of the definite stand out games from Kickstarter for me over past couple of years. The period, miniatures, scale and the company, all hit the right buttons for me, which meant no other option than go big on the Kickstarted.

As I’m writing this, I’ve already received part of the second wave, and made a decent dent into painting the core box minies. I’ll follow up with updates, unit by unit.

With such a massive amount of expansions, you need a plan for the painting effort. So here are my golden rules for the project:

1. Paint the needed models for one scenario at time. Including terrain.

2. Once done, play the scenario. (This helps keeping the momentum).

3. Cover the historical scenarios first (I’m more likely to get games with them).

4. Painting standard according to the sculpt standard. Quick jobs on peasants, all my skills for the Legendary Dragon.

5. Basing: keep it simple [, keep it stupid]. I’m a “basing guy” (check my other projects), I love building custom bases and setting the scene for the miniatures with that. While gorgeous, the Time of Legends pieces are mean to be used in a board game, on cardboard hexes, not the usual gaming tables I use. Building custom bases is time consuming, and can have the unwanted effect of lost consistency within the collection. For the special beasties etc. I will surely flash out my usual basing antics, but for the rest of the stuff it needs to be kept quick and tidy.