The first thing everyone knows about the Second Punic War is Hannibal and his elephants. Glenn decided on four elephants for his army, and these were impressive models. They required a lot of assembly and some finesse with the five minute epoxy, but I think the results are worth it.
In addition to the elephant crew, each beast gets two runners on a separate base in front. The runners can be removed to show casualties.
This leaves only the generals left to paint, then on to the Romans!
They look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Great idea with removing the runners - I might to "borrow" that one sometime!ReplyDelete
I like the removable casualty base. What make are the figures?ReplyDelete
It's a mix of figures. All the runners are Renegade. So are some of the mahouts. The other mahouts are Relic. The tower crew are all Aventine. The elephants themselves are Relic and (I think) Renegade.ReplyDelete
Great figures, great variety in the ellies! Grey thunder!ReplyDelete
The elephants are actually two Relic and two Aventine.ReplyDelete
They look magnificent!ReplyDelete
Very, very authentic.
Thank you so much for all the work that went into these, Scott. The results are perfect.
Great work, good to see you back! Some great colours used here!ReplyDelete
The casualty base is a great idea! Copying is the sincerest form of flattery . . .ReplyDelete
Looking forward to seeing these armies on the table later this summer.ReplyDelete