Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Sir Gilbert de Utahraptor rides again

In a previous post, I introduced you to Sir Gilbert de Utahraptor, Chevalier de Jurasse. I haven't decided whether he is a noble knight transformed into a lizard by a witch's curse or a baby lizardman raised to be a chivalrous paladin by a goodly old knight who happened to be blind. In either case, here he his with his squire, Godefroi. Judging by his expression, Godefroi doesn't take being an outsider in society with Gilbert's level of chivalric fortitude. Perhaps he is upset because his curse separates him from his lady love, the Fair Gwendolyn. Yeah, capital F, that's how fair we're talkin'.

The models are Essex fantasy figures, which I got for free at Oldhammer weekend from that chevalier sans peur et sans reproche, Stuart Klatcheff. Wottaguy. Only the sword, which a spare Wargames Factory Viking weapon, is new. I made him the squire just because his shield isn't as nice. It's a bit of a rushed paint job, but I found it quite a tricky model to do well.

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