I painted these figures on commission, so sadly I won't be playing any games with them. The figures are all Xyston, and I painted them as I would 28mm figures. That means the tunics and pants usually got a check or striped pattern and the skin and metal bits got two tone shading. I hand painted all the shield designs, using the two tones on the main color of the shield to give them a little more depth.
So this is why the blog went two weeks between updates. These little fellows were time consuming, but I think the extra effort was worth it.
I love how bright your colors are. They must look spectacular on the tabletop.ReplyDelete
Great models - very inspirational as I'm doing some Gauls at the moment (10mm though). Great colours and I like the stolen armour and helmets!ReplyDelete
Fantastic, as usual!ReplyDelete
Outstanding work Scott!ReplyDelete
Wow, these are awesome! That's it. If I need more Gauls, I'm paying you to paint them!ReplyDelete
Question: How does their size compare to your 15mm OG Romans?ReplyDelete
Great work on the shields!ReplyDelete
AJ, the figures are about the same size as Old Glory. I think Xyston made these before they started creeping up to 18-20mm.ReplyDelete