I noticed I had completely forgotten to upload the pics of my Greek generals. Silly me. So, this will be a short post, but lots of nice pics, hopefully. The horsemen are from Essex. Otherwise, everything is from Xyston.
Je me suis rendu compte que j'avais oublie de publier les photos de mes generaux. Quel becasson. Voici donc l'erreur reparee.
|My favourite one, very grim|
|for the black cloak, I used black, dark grey, a dark brown drybush and a black wash . I like the result. It feels very heavy, leathery|
I'm guessing from the dolphin on his shield that the evil-looking commander on foot is a devotee of Cthulhu....ReplyDelete
Superb work Seb.
Never thought of that. MmmmhhhDelete
Superbes ces généraux...ne reste plus qu'à faire obéir la troupe!ReplyDelete
Ca marche au pas, t'inquieteDelete
excellent! you have the flocking of the bases correct. The painting of miniatures look marvelous as well!ReplyDelete
you're too kindDelete
Fabulous stands Seb, certainly on my pick of the week.ReplyDelete
Great looking Command - if I were ever to build a 15mm Greek army, it would be with Xyston.ReplyDelete
Very nice! Ian Notter has a great Macedonian Xyston army, perhaps you could get a game in...ReplyDelete
Mmmmhhh. If he's interested in Art de la guerre, why notDelete
Oh yeah! They rock!Delete
I guess you get two nods. http://dartfrog06mm.blogspot.com/2014/05/thanks.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks a lotReplyDelete
Thanks for this post Queader! Now I've got to get on and implement more thank you..ReplyDelete