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Custom Aedirnian Soldier (The Witcher II)

Postby Detroitika » Thu Dec 08, 2016 1:43 am

Hi all! This is a custom minifigure I made based on troops from the fictional country of Aedirn from The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings.
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This technically makes it fantasy, but this armor from the game is remarkably realistic to late - 15th century Western European man-at-arms garb. The coif and haubergion sleeves are padded, a gambeson is worn over the haubergion, and the helmet is directly based on a Burgundian helmet c. 1475.
ImageAedirnian Soldier by Tanner Jon A., on Flickr
The clothwork and sculpting is full-figure, and the legs maintain a good degree of rotation. (Since this figure, I've developed cuisse + jambe + poleyn sculpting which better cooperates with the Lego legs.)

Check the Flickr description for a link to an entertaining video about the gauntlets' origin!
"Heard of the Butcher of Blaviken?" ~~ "Who hasn't? They say he can gut a man with a single cut." ~~ "Yeah, I can." --Geralt of Rivia
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Re: Custom Aedirnian Soldier (The Witcher II)

Postby Blue samurai » Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:21 pm

Great work looks so original,the chain mail and the colors go great together.
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Re: Custom Aedirnian Soldier (The Witcher II)

Postby LettuceBrick » Sun Dec 11, 2016 6:11 am

Excellent figure, it looks very realistic. I also really like the archway made with the 1x1 with clip on top.
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