Monday, 9 December 2013

Persian Fire 3

The first of two planned stands of javelin armed light infantry for the Sassanids are shown below:






In keeping the the other figures that have already been painted for this army the same colours have been used to keep a uniform appearance for the poor bloody infantry. This won't be the case with the cavalry; flash gits that they are.


It becoming harder to get good pictures in natural light just now so apologies for any poor images.



Since all the preparation for the Analogue Painting Challenge is done, the next few nights will be spent working on few odds and sods before the off on Sunday 15th.

Cheers for now

18 comments:

Jonathan Freitag said...

Great addition to your collection! Love the Impetvs basing and your stand of light infantry is outstandingly rendered.

Simon Miller said...

Nice work!

DeanM said...

Nicely painted and based skirmishers. Best, Dean

Phil said...

They look great!

saxon dog said...

Love these and the bases are great.

Ian said...

I really like the muted colours. Muted but still solid.

Ian

Andrew Saunders said...

Lovely work on these, I do like the freedom Impetus allows for basing

Ray Rousell said...

Damn fine work and love the basing too!

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Nice looking unit!

Christopher

roma912 said...

Thanks for the positive feedback - greatly received!

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Thanks Simon.

roma912 said...

Cheers Dean, appreciated.

Thanks, Ross

roma912 said...

Thanks Phil.

roma912 said...

Thank you David, hopefully they will make an interesting opponent for your Middle Imperial Romans.

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Thanks Ian, I am trying to create uniformity in the ranks without being to flash. Glad you like the finished look. Planning on a group picture soon to see how its coming together.

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Apart from enjoying Impetus as a game the basing system really does motivate the painting of an army.

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Thanks,Ray.

roma912 said...

Thanks, Christopher