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Post referneces of medievil armor.
direct jpg's or htmls will do.
Links or images, whatever you want. Try to limit the amount of images you post due to bandwidth.
http://www.montaguemillennium.com/me...eval_Armor.htm - some diagrams
http://www.swordsandarmor.com/Html_w..._web_store.cgi - a good variety of purchasable items.
http://www.medieval-weaponry.com/ - another variety site.
Last edited by davi; September 29th, 2004 at 11:51 PM.
Hope this can help ...
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Here's a link to one. But its sort of umm, err... ghey.
davi, you rock! i always bookmark your reference sites.
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Thanks for the reference thred davi. U always come up with the coolest subjects for refs!
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
now that is really useful link!
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"Oh you can't help that." Said the Cat:"We're all mad here."
GREAT resources for info on medieval arms & armor
no body mentioned
besides usual swords and armour they also have movie weapons, like glamring and sting from lord of the rings etc.etc
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I found this site recently. It has tonnes of good size images of Medieval and other early period festivals. Lot's of battles and re-inactment type stuff.
Battles of Kolin
The site root also contain lots of other period festival photos (costume and activities) as well as some architectural reference.