The figures are from a variety of ranges, such as Old Glory, Covus Belli and Essex. I have tried to note the ranges where I can. I changed the heads of the Corvus Belli figures because I don't like the heads with separate ears.
I hope you will like them.
|The "circus" on the move - are those Romans up there?|
|This figures is from Corvus Belli, but the head is Essex miniatures|
|An Old Glory figure|
|This features another combo of Corvus Belli and Essex head. The archer is also from Essex, and the man with javelin is from Old Glory.|
|An Essex Miniatures elephant converted - the back has been filed to fir the howda|
|The elephant is from Alain Touller figures - the fellow with the javelin is from Corvus Belli, and he is joined by a lybio-phoenician from Essex|
A good circus always need to have some clowns, I have painted few staff slingers for a side project and some Sardinian archers for my "second life" project to do the task of amusing the crowd.
Eléphants - la terreur de l' ancien champ de bataille! Bien fait encore Mr. Gilles! Another very cool ancients submission. I'm mostly a sci-fi and modern geek, but I envy you guys and girls doing ancients because the stuff looks so cool, and you obviously know your history! I can picture those elephants running down some hapless Roman soldiers, or perhaps simply running amok among their own forces - either way, a lot of fun on the gaming table.
Another great entry Gilles. I'm sympathetic to anyone who will go convert and paint a bunch of stuff on the whim of some comments (I know what you mean!) and the work going into these elephants, with the wide array of figures and good conversions, is very impressive - and that's before the brush work! Since elephants seemed to be the tanks of the ancient world, we'll score them as vehicles, and I will include a few extra points for the conversion work - for 67 points all together. Looking forward to next week's submission!