I have sizable ancients armies in 28mm, with almost everything based for Warhammer Ancient Battles. I used to run a wargaming club at my school, but eleven years have passed since then, and these figures have never hit the table during all that time.
Some of these armies are pretty large, with a few hundred figures. I have Carthaginians, mid-republican Romans, late republican Romans, early imperial Romans, Macedonians, and Gauls. Everything is based singly, as WAB required, and that really doesn't work for the big battle games I enjoy.
I was thinking about selling off those armies, but the more I thought about it, the more I wanted to keep them. These were some of the first 28mm I ever painted, and they have some sentimental value to me. I also thought it might be fun to play a game with them again!
This week I rebased my Gauls. I used 60mm by 30mm bases for the foot and 60mm square bases for the horse. I have six chariots, but I did not rebase them yet, as the reins will surely break if I pry them from their current bases.
Rebased Gallic Foot
Rebased Gallic Mounted
Cavalry Unit 1
Cavalry Unit 2
Gaisatoi (Naked Fanatics)
The grand total for this army is 194 foot, 27 mounted, and six chariots with 12 crew. I'm not at all sure what rules I could use them for, but I am glad I went to the trouble to rebase them. The army looks pretty good! I have been moving away from 28mm figures for a while, but maybe I will add to this force in the future.