My New Later Hungarians Are Now Ready
I had a trio of Hungarian knights that I purchased from a friend as they were surplus to his needs. They were a Hungarian general and two Banderium. I had painted up two batches of ten Hungarian Light Horse Fast elements to use with my Medieval Germans and because I have not managed to sell any painted figures on EBay recently I decided that Project Lead Mountain needed a boost so I purchased some warwagons and some more light horse to create another totally new army. Since the armies infantry is generally regular I decided to given them a uniformed theme and opted to go with the colours of the Hungarian flag in use at this time of red and white. I have plenty of other figures in my collection to use to make up for any missing knights and other irregular infantry and I have a further sixteen light horse castings to paint up which I will style as Ruthenians or Cumans for variety. I really enjoyed painting this army and it made a different from the usual early Feudal stuff I have been painting until recently.
I have previously posted other pictures of Hungarian figures and you can see them by following this link http://drewjarman.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/later-hungarians-for-2016.html and http://drewjarman.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/hungarian-light-cavalry-for-use-in-my.html or just click in the Hungarians label above.
|Naismith/Roundway Hungarian knights|
|Museum Miniatures Warwagons and Crew with Pavise|
|Blackhat Hungarian Light Horse Fast|
|Mirliton Hungarian Light Horse Fast|
|Essex Miniatures Serbian Hussars|
|Essex RNN3 painted as Tartar Light Horse|
|Donnington Rumanian MOLOC1 General & MOLOC5 Veteji painted as Szekler Light Horse General|
|Donnington mixed MOLOC4 & MOLOC6 Boyar painted as Szekler Light Horse|
|Naismith/Roundway RKH07 Clipeati Regular Spearmen|
|Naismith/Roundway Hungarian Armati Regular Blades|
|Naismith/Roundway RKS13 Crossbowmen Reg Ps O|
|Naismith/Roundway RKV08 Handgunners Reg Ps S|