Thursday, 27 February 2014

Celtiberians

Some Celtiberian mercenaries finished off and a couple of commanders….once again all 28mm  Crusader Miniatures. Shall be taking this army in the Goulburn Impetus Comp so concentrating on just getting 350pts done up at the moment, it'll be larger than that eventually :-)








26 comments:

  1. Excellent! Really like the scroll work on the shields.

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    1. Thanks Jonathan…scroll work are transfers :-) ... can't take the credit for those

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  2. Very nice paint work !

    best regards Michael

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    1. Thanks Michael…the army is shaping up nicely

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  4. Excellent paintjobs and good animation of the units. Very well done!

    Cheers, SG
    mountainsoflead.com

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    1. Cheers SG I always dwell TOO much on which figures look best where on the bases…pretty funny but I guess lot's of painters do the same thing lol

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  5. Nice paint work, especially the shields.

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    1. I think less is more when it comes to shields…easy to over do them in my opinion. Transfers btw :-)

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  6. Lovely work. I like the guy with his arms folded - he obviously isn't impressed by the enemy!

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    1. Treat the enemy with utter contempt …. it's a Spanish tradition. Thanks Caliban

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  7. As always lovely batch of figures and the shields are very impressive!

    Christopher

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    1. Cheers Christopher…now to keep going and finish them off

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  8. Excellent work! These Celtiberians will scare the Romans to death.

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    1. Hahahaha….that's the plan, or at least keep them busy with all the bling. Cheers Moiterei

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  9. These Celtiberians are stunning, beautiful colors!

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  10. Great work, I adore them! If they fight as well as they look, you'll clean up at the Impetus Comp.

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    1. It'll be interesting to see how they go Monty…one thing I know is that they should be a hell of a lot of fun to play. Should give a few some headaches on the way through. Cheers Monty.

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  11. Cheers Wolfie …you may get to play em ;-)

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  12. They're just superb. Congrats.

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    1. Thanks Sebastien … really enjoying painting these chaps.

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  13. Beautiful shield work and brush painting of the miniatures and I really love the basing/flocking of your units top notch! talk about terrain realism.... Excellent!!

    regards,
    Phil

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    1. Cheers Phil…I've done a " this is how I do my bases " guide under hints n stuff if your interested.
      Richard

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