|House Lannister Knight on a warhorse|
|Side view (left) of the House Lannister Knight|
|An alternative option would be to paint the cloth on the knight's helmet yellow|
Using freehand over decals was to me key in making this mini project stand out. Then again, the choice is largely out of my hands as the existing decals found in the plastic model kit, which is the Warhammer Bretonnian Knights, are not suitable for use to represent the various Houses found in the Game of Thrones world. Some such as the dragon and lion could perhaps be used but having some miniatures with decals while others have freehand paintings would look odd in my opinion.
|Banner pole is bending back slightly as if pulled back by the banner blowing in the wind|
|Side view (right) of the House Lannister Knight|
|Even after all these years, the Bretonnian sculpture looks awesome|
This Bretonnian Knight miniature conversion project marks the first of eight (for now) that will be used to represent the many Houses found in the imaginary Game of Thrones world of Westeros. Next up will be House Clegane, a close ally, or more accurately, the hatchet men of House Lannister.
|Front and back view of the House Lannister Knight on a warhorse|
Continuing my experimentation with videos, I shot a short video displaying the House Lannister Knight in 360 degrees. As I am still new to taking videos of miniatures, the colours came out a tad darker than expected. At the very least, it gives a better all round view of the miniature concerned.
Thanks for checking out the latest painted miniature of my ongoing Game of Thrones project. Although the Lannister Knight was a tough challenge for me, I had fun doing it. And I am really looking forward to more freehand madness in the miniatures to come.