Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Celt-Iberian Infantry

Glenn's army will have one unit of Celt-Iberians. These excellent figures are from Crusader.






I tried to use a mix of the Celtic and Spanish colors from the previous batches of troops. I'm very happy with how these turned out.

Now I am working on nine units of Libyan spearmen.

9 comments:

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Wonderful work and in particular the shields!

Christopher

fireymonkeyboy said...

Those look great! Nice, clean colours.

Glenn said...

You are really on a roll, Scott. Not only great paintjobs, but each unit and nation feels unique and pitch perfect for who they are, and how they fit into the whole.

Very, very cool.

Rodger said...

Excellent work Scott. These look awesome.

Guidowg said...

What can I say ------------bloody terrific!!!!

Steve said...

Very nicely done. I have just finished a large batch of the same figs, you can't beat crusader minis!

AJ (Allan) Wright said...

These are very nice. I like the mix of mail and cloth and the shield decoration is spot on.

Looking forward to the Libyans. I'm thinking of doing some myself

Iowa Grognard said...

Nice!

Glenn said...

Hey Scott,

Somehow Blogspot is preventing me from creating new posts on my Blog (something to do with a changed email blah blah blah...)

After trying to fix it a couple of times with no success or solid support from Blogspot, I decided that it was just as easy to start a new blog:

Here it is with an after action report on the Waterloo battle we fought today to start things off:

http://glennstropicalgames.blogspot.com/2012/02/battle-of-waterloo.html

I'll be using this blog from now on, and will be posting about the new Punic Wars army and our games at Little Wars and Historicon this year.