Here is the whole army, arrayed for battle. The skirmishers are out front (from left to right light horse, slingers, and javelinmen) with the line troops behind (companions, hypaspists, two units of phalangites, hoplites, and Thessalians).
Field of Glory Alexandrian Macedonian Army
The Right: Companion Cavalry with Alexander at the Front, Hypaspists on the Foot's Flank, Light Cavalry Screening
The Meat Grinder: Phalangites and Hoplites Screened by Light Foot
The Left: Hoplites and Thessalian Cavalry Screened by Javelinmen
I spent most of the past year painting one huge commission. It was some of my best work, and I am proud of the end result, but it felt like work, not a hobby. It was very nice to paint for myself again, and I enjoyed finishing my own project within a month of starting.
I bought the figures in one large box as a Field of Glory starter army, although I probably will not use the Field of Glory rules. I have painted 15mm ancients from three manufacturers -- Old Glory, Essex, and Xyston -- and I find Old Glory the best relative to price. Xyston are certainly the best 15mm ancients available, but they are pricey! Foot figures cost $.65 each, and Xyston charges $45 shipping on top of the figure costs. I bought this entire army from Old Glory for $60 with free shipping. For that price I got 152 foot and 38 mounted figures.
Below I have posted some links to my previous efforts with Xyston figures. I like them, and if anyone knows where I can get them for a good price, I would be happy to add to this army. For now I am declaring this project done.
As soon as I am in funds again, I will buy the Old Glory Persian army to face off against Alex and his boys.