For the last week or so I have been continuing with my rotational painting approach as I have found that it keeps things fresh and output relatively steady.
I have completed 2 Landsknechts, one of whom has been uploaded to the 'gallery' page of my Landsknecht painting guide which itself has also had a few tweaks and further narrative added as I have been using it myself recently, hopefully it has or will help you with your Landsknecht projects.
On the Tudor front I have been working on a couple of Yeomen of the Guard to be part of the command stand that I am presently putting together. These have been based upon the two chaps who feature in the above painting along with a bit of background reading. Here's the first completed figure;
A head swap and a little bit of green stuff was required in preparation. They are described as wearing,or being equipped with harness of Almain rivet and sallets for this campaign so I thought this figure (foundry landsknecht) was a decent body. I wanted to show a sallet but I also really like this Tudor head as it's quite expressive so I hope this is a happy compromise. I wasn't quite sure of the positioning of the sallet, it seemed logical to hang it off the belt but I can't claim to be an expert.
Guard No.2 is presently undercoated and ready to go.