Wounded Knight, Agincourt,
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54mm Wounded Knight is a well detailed and cleanly cast metal figure.
The parts include a base, torso and legs, two arms, scabbard, knife, and
two heads - one with and one without a helmet. A separate helmet and
visor are also included. The pose falls between casual inaction and an
outright melee as if the wounded and exhausted knight was waiting for
the next round. It took less than 45 minutes to clean-up the parts.
The overall fit was great.
The figure's torso and head was epoxied to the base for priming and
painting, but all other parts - including the arms - were left off.
Since this is a metal figure, I simply buffed the plate armor and helmet
to bring out a dull shine. Black/Brown washes were used to accentuate
the armor's detail. Everything else, including the chain mail, was
The remaining parts were attached after painting. I used Andrea Dark Red
and Dark Leather to replicate fresh and dried or drying blood. I was a
bit more restrained than what was depicted on box art; just enough to
convey the situation without being gory.
Humbrol Satin Cote was used to put a sheen the blood and mud.
The second head was painted as a stand alone bust. It makes a nice
companion piece to the complete figure.
Knight, Agincourt, 1415
||None, but the
figure will readily fit on a number of the smaller Andrea
Miniatures round and square bases.
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