Way back in 2012, I painted Punic Wars armies for Glenn to use in his Commands and Colors games. Glenn sold those armies to a nice fellow named Doug, and Doug asked me to paint some chariots to supplement those armies. I tried to match the style and palette I used six years ago, and I think I got it pretty much right.
The chariots are from SHQ (ex-Newline), and they were a beast to build and paint. Construction required me to have three or four hands just to keep the parts flush with each other while the glue dried. I used five minute epoxy on most everything, so these models should stay together, but it did require me to sit like a statue, applying constant pressure for 5 minute intervals. Many of the pieces did not mate well, and I spent a lot of time filing attachment points, hand drilling holes, and inserting pins. The men are well sculpted, but the detail on the horses was soft.
Still, they do paint up nicely, and these eight chariots should vie with the elephants for spectacle in Doug's Carthaginian army.