I had mentioned it briefly, but yet another army has been started. This time, DBA 1st and 2nd Punic war Carthaginians!
The first unit I have finished is two (more than I need, but I still have extra figures) bases of psiloi for DBA. These particluar figures are the psiloi-slingers, oddly enough, AGR04.
They are nice little figures. I wish I would have painted the skin a lighter shade, but I wanted them to look spanish/NE african. They will work.
I have elected to order all my figures from baccus. A friend of mine from work and I have decided we want to try DBA, and made one large order from Baccus. We got a nice big square box stuffed with…stuff.
I got some terrain pieces that will be up at one point, celt and Saxon villages, some walls, some bridges. All kinds of goodies. I am already almost finished with two more units, which will hopefully be posted here soon.
I’ve painted these before, but now I have a whole TON of microworld Hawk Riders.
I already have probably double these done, so the Elves have a formidable airforce, Woe to the lizardman foes! Again great figures, done no justice by cruddy photography and less than amazing painting.
The last fantasy thing today is some Pendraken treemen. These were from their accessories range. I say were, because I can no longer find them on their website, nor the giant or some of the other figures i bought. I don’t know if they discontinued them or what… Anyway, they were nice figures it appears…
Last things I have today are some dystopian wars tanks, specifically Britannia Terrier small tanks. The amount of detail Spartan get is really just amazing. Its to bad they discontinued their fantasy game naval game..
Last item today is a Britannia Brunel class carrier. A massive brick of a model, I have two of them, this is the first painted one though. Nicely detailed, looks cool as heck, I have no idea if it’s any good to play a game with though. As you can see, I kept the base clear, I have elected to do this on all of my dystopian wars stuff, i cant come up with an alternative i like better.
That’s it today, expect more historical things next post, and I think I might show some 28mm army shots since I have finished some projects. Thanks for reading!