The models are nice, easy to clean, and I have tried to make this a "quick and dirty" painted army. Therefore, everything has been painted in block colours, and a wash of Agrax Earthshade applied. (this isn't quite the talent in a pot that Devlan Mud used to be, but it's close and my Devlan supply is drying up pretty quick). I'm happy with the effect on massed troops.
|The Whole Mass of Troops|
|The Poor Infantry|
|The view from the Front|
|Roman Heavy Cavalry|
Overall, I'm happy with this as the start of the army, especially since this is the first time working in 15mm. So, my reckoning makes this..
Oh, and some cats. Because they tell me that if I put up their pictures, they will stop climbing on my desk, and flicking models onto the floor. And because cats. Obviously.
Great looking Romans! The legionaries look splendid and the cavalry look great,for a fast finish I think they're excellent, I've also moved over to agrax earthshade and your right it's not as good as devlan mud but it's done a grand job on these chaps,the basing is also really good. While Toby is not convinced I should give you anything with your display of feline affection,I agree 182points it is!
All the best Iain