Caledonians - Completed 1/32 Scale Warbands. (Hobby Post)
Following on from my earlier post about these as promised here's some pics of the two completed warbands.
Ancient Germans 1/32 - Work in Progress (Hobby Post)
If you have been following my hobby posts on this blog for a while now you will know that I finished the first half of my Ancient German Army some time ago. These units were mainly built using TSSD's Barbarian figures - you can see more here:
Subsequently I decided I wanted more units for the army to give the Romans a real challenge and also that the new additions should look different. This to reflect that I would be using different figures (Weston) this time and that I wanted a bit more sophisticated dress for them to reflect my ongoing research and so that they could represent different tribes. The first of these new warbands can be seen here:
Work on the remaning 'Weston' Germans is ongoing and below are a few pics charting what's on the workbench.
1/32 Scale Spartacus Slave Army - Workbench. (Hobby Post)
Discipline - I have very little when it comes to my hobby. I flit from project to project as enthusiasm waxes and wanes. This means instead of quickly (relatively) finishing one army and then moving on to the next I end up having multiple things on the go at once at various stages of completion.
'Spartacus' was supposed to be for much further down the road after Germans, Celts, Dacians etc but the moment took me and I fancied doing a trial unit to see how my ideas worked out in practice. The photos below show how some basic conversions have worked out. I'll now paint it up and add shields etc to complete.
For other future upcoming blog posts I've also taken some work in progress photos of the second half of my Ancient German army and of my two completed Caledonian Warbands - each 40 figures strong.
Caledonians - 1/32 Scale (Hobby Post)
I should really be working on my Gaul army but detoured off to do some Caledonians having recently read Osprey's Mons Graupius.
This group are painted up based on a mixture of what I have read about & seen pictures of both in print and on the web, what I like the look of and simply what was available to convert.
Imperial Roman Wargames Army in 1/32 Scale. Hobby Post
Here's some pics from a 'troop review' I did recently.