Sunday, January 5, 2014

From GillesW: 15mm Ancient Libyan Archers (216 points)


Gilles sends us a veritable tribe of Libyan archers for us to enjoy.
A big post this time! Not a great quality but a great quantity.
108 Early Libyan archers (15mm Essex) coming from a new experiment I tried recently, a result of a dive in the 'Jester’s Bath'. 

This is a white undercoat, then a painting session for the details, a satin varnish spray on them, and the longest part of the work:” the basing”.

Hope you like them.

Yes we do! Great work Gilles, I really like the detail work you did with their cloaks and headdress - it makes for a very interesting (and colourful) army.

These Libyan archers will give Gilles a very tidy 216 points to add to his total. Well done!

11 comments:

  1. Wow who's been very busy, great job i really like the paint work and basing really nice

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  2. Quantity has a quality of its own, and with colour choices theses look ace, well done.

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  3. Always good to see a large block of troops. Terrific

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  4. Very nice work Gilles, and I have some of these to do later so will serve as good inspiration

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  5. That's a lot of archers, how big must the army be?

    Ian

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  6. Thats an impressive looking force there Gilles.
    Lovely work

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  7. Great stuff Gilles. The cattle skin prints are spectacularly good at this scale!

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  8. Very nice and colorful looking force!

    Christopher

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