With a day to kill before I start my next commission, I grabbed some figures that I already had primed, and I painted up my commanding general for my Field of Glory Romans.
The figures are 1st Corps' LRR-06 "Pompey." Although the figures are meant for the Roman civil wars of the mid 1st century BC, I can't see anything that keeps me from using them for the Second Punic War.
The Pompey figure makes a convincing looking tribune, with his lictors on his left and his standard on his right. I was very happy with how the 1st Corps figures painted up.
After emphasizing speed above quality on my Carthaginian spearmen, it was a nice change of pace to relax and lavish some attention on these four figures.
Very nice indeed - I've been wondering how the 1st Corps Pompey would look painted up.ReplyDelete
They look great. I can totally understand spending extra time on general figures. They'll usually be the first stand someone picks up to admire!ReplyDelete
Well done as usual.
Nice job - including the base and accompanying figures.ReplyDelete
Nice looking stand - I notice it depicts me ;)ReplyDelete
looks very fine- you inspire me how to paint the standart bearer for my 1stcorps caesar miniatureReplyDelete