Fortunately, we compiled a section of Medieval warfare that draws from a variety of manuals. It covers Medieval broadswords, arming swords, lances, fighting from horseback, spears and daggers and other weapons. The old drawings show authentic poses that can guide the Medieval miniature enthusiast in creating more realistic figures. They also give a better idea of what European fighting was like in those times.
An authentic miniature is a better miniature. Using authentic weapons and techniques as your guide, you can make your Medieval and Renaissance miniatures all the better.
By the way, we also compiled a section showing fighting methods of later armies, from the days of Pike and Musket on up to the present. These are drawn from authentic military sources. This link takes you there: http://www.thortrains.com/getright/