This Friday my submission was delayed by the flocking and basing phase - it was close to not appearing at all! But all is done (for now...) so here is the second half of my third squad of my WW2 marines (5 plastic figures from warlord games figures):
I cannot resist to post a picture of all my very early Marine jungle troops ("Catachans" :), and now it's time to work on the support teams and armour.
Then, as promised last week, more 15mm Essex Miniatures mongol cavalry (only 12 figures):
And last but not least, the Corsican footmen for my Early Carthaginians. I had no idea of what they looked like, so I chose to paint them in a mix of Greek and Etruscan style (27 figures). I cut off the lead spears as usual and replaced them with small plastic brush bristles.
A few close-ups just for fun:
The bases are not close to each other because they were not fully dry when I took the photos.
Stay tuned! I'll be back next week...
Salut encore Gilles! Un autre présentation diversifiée et bien fait! Great work once again Gilles, as we are treated another wide assortment of periods in one post. Those Marines look the business, and as always, I love to see heavy cavalry. The mongols look excellent - I can seem them trampling their helpless foes right now. The Corsican footmen look great too, but I wouldn't know Greek from Etruscan - wouldn't know if they walked right up and tossed a spear at me! Those shields look great - are those hand painted?
This gets you 127 points, but I'm throwing some extra in there for the fiddly work of converting spears. And if you hand painted those shields, I'll owe you more...à la semaine prochaine!