First up are the two command stands. Each of these will command a "division" in Hail Caesar.
The one on the left is reminiscent of a certain movie; I can't quite place it. The one on the right reminds me of the Uruk-Hai captain in the assault on Helm's Deep.
This is a nice model, but the horse is white metal and is supposed to be standing on one back hoof. Insanity. I had to glue a piece of resin rod under the front hoof then paint it like wood and glue on some clump foliage.
I think it is unobtrusive, but needs must. The rest of the model is nice except for that mold line in the picture above. It just is not in a place that I could get at it with a file.
The dog is painted to look like my German Shepard, Finn. The close ups of the other base failed miserably; between lighting and focus they were unusable. Rest assured it's my best work ever and you'd love it.
These next four are command models to slot into my line cohorts. These are all Warlord Games metals, like the command stands above.
It's hard to tell from this angle but the Optio's helmet is askew. He is supposed to have a shield but after painting it I decided that I prefered him without. He looks fairly desperate and I thought the lack of a shield accentuated that.
These stands mean I have a completely painted army to play with. Now. About that second legion...
And some more diminutive B-17's have delivered yet another payload of mini goodness! I quite like the leaders you've selected, Aaron. The general on horseback cuts a very fine figure, I quite like Finn pacing him too. Your foot general is very urkhai-ish too, it is a shame the photography gods denied a better image of him too. The comand groups for the legion are very fine sculpts. I do like the plastic kits, but metal models still have that fine level of detail that plastic often misses. The one fellow fighting sans shield does have a desperate ferocious vibe to him. from skin to shields, mail, and fur. This is a very fine addition to your legion....now on to the second legion! ;)