I've been a miniatures enthusiast since I was a kid, but rekindled my hobby later in life (Much to my wife's chagrin, as she had no idea she had married an uber geek!) Now firmly entrenched in middle age I have discovered the joy of painting and playing with these little guys all over again, and have made a lot of wonderful friendships along the way.
15mm Testudo ancient Briton/Gallic DBA army - primed
Macedonian and Persian 25mm FOG army - essentially done
Rohan 25mm HotT army - painted and playable, additional optional elements need painting
28mm Britsh DBN allies - Brunswick, KGL, Nassau and Dutch: figures only
Orcs 25mm HotT army - half painted
Elves 25mm HotT army - nearing completion
Numenorean/ Gondor 25mm HotT army - figures only
Sarmation early and later DBA 15mm army - primed
Roman EIR 15mm DBA army - primed
25mm Ral Partha Saxon DBA army - primed and ready to paint
25mm Ral Parth Viking Leidang DBA army - primed and ready to paint
Russian 25mm DBN - figures only
15mm DBA armies still in the bag or primed: Sub-Roman Britons, Early Hebrews, Early Saxons, Medieval Spanish, Italian Condottieri, Later Crusader, Feudal English, Golden Horde, Jurchen-Chin, Early Polish, Thebans, Spartans
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Camillan Roman army
The Old Glory Camillan Roman's are quite a bargain. I found the figures to be quite well sculpted, especially in comparison to their Greek and Italians. I will eventually have a BBDBA army of these guys, and the number of figures you get with each bag lends itself nicely to a triple strength army. I got these on sale, but was unable to find a bag of psiloi, so I purchased the psiloi from Crusader. Can't say enough about the quality of the figures and the service I received from Crusader in the UK.
The army arrayed
Cavalry and Cavalry command
A view of the Romans that only the general should ever see.