So I’ve blathered on a lot about my engagement with Lion Rampant. I’m not the only one in my area who is partaking. Others are doing their best to assemble units and retinues for the game.
I played a the big Agen scenario with a great group of guys ten or so days ago. One of those is Dean Motoyama. Dean has his own blog, that you simply must check out. WAB Corner is where Dean share’s his latest creations. The amazing thing about Dean is that he’s relatively new to the hobby. (like within the last decade.) Yet he’s taken on some great projects, from Warhammer Ancient Battles, to Sharpe Practice, and now on to Lion Rampant. His projects are big and beautiful; he paints them quickly, and his miniatures are stunning.
I’ve painted over 500 figures for the Hundred Years war. I don’t use shield transfers, and my figures can’t hold a candle to Dean’s work. I am regularly in awe of whatever he’s produced today. Hugh Despenser. James Audley. Just some great stuff. Check it out, it’s the real deal.