Time for a surprise!!
No! This time it's not my usual Hungarians ;)
This is a little diversion, normally I planned to paint something completely different, but last Wednesday when I searched what I needed, I fell on an old bag containing some Mycenaean packs, they layed there since.... ( I don't remember in fact, perhaps last century;).
So they must get up and take the Field (of Glory)!
The figures are from Essex Miniatures and Chariot Miniatures 15mm ranges based like all my biblical armies.
So here they are:
one commander and 3 units of charioteers in Dendra armour "or how to fight disguised like a tin can?"
and then 3 units of light infantry, Be careful some troops need parental advisory!
Below : how they were last wednesday and my painting desk after I left it this afternoon;)
What will be the next ???....
Yes Gilles, these are definitely NOT Hungarians. :)
Great work Gilles (I loved the tin can comment)! The Challenge is all about getting old projects off the table (more so if they are from the previous century!). I really like your arid basework on these fellows (Right now I want a plane ticket to wherever they are).
Your paint station looks far too orderly and coordinated to be real - it must be one of those ersatz, stand-in, stunt-stations we all keep hearing about...