24 January 2014

Challenge Day 41 - Ancient Briton Cavalry

Today has been a relaxed day, much of it spent organising the things the wife and boys will need for their cub scout camping weekend. Of course this has meant that I have not spent much time on the brushes today, but I get a whole weekend to do that in perfect peace so its a small price to pay.

This also gives me the opportunity to play catch up, as I have been running behind a little due to the busy week so far. Today I caught up with some of the submissions to Curt and the next two bonus rounds are taken care of I hope to complete the last two this weekend. I have also submitted some of the finished work I had.

This post will bring me up to date with figures submitted and points awarded. My last submission was for the two units of cavalry for Hail Caesar.
 Group shot of the Medium cavalry in the front rank with the light cavalry rear rank
 These are a mix of newline metals and Hat plastic cavalry from the Gallic Command set 8138
 They mix well but the Hat figures do not fit the horses terribly well and pinning was required
 The hat horses are also a touch longer but do have some nice added details such as the war trophy heads
 As with the rest of the army plenty of colour and patterning used.
 This is the light cavalry, again a mix of both previously mentioned figures


This nearly completes the intended Ancient Briton figures for this years challenge with just the infantry to submit.

Well folks thank you for popping over to visit.

regards
Loki



23 comments:

  1. Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by with the very nice and helpful comment today. Cheers and boogie boogie.

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    1. Thank you Ray, plenty more to come yet

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  3. Wonderful paintwork Andrew! Looks like some good gaming coming up too!

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    1. Thank you Rodger, still ore Britons to come though

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  4. Excellent horse flesh there and great looking units.

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    1. Thanks Pat, one benefit of 20mm figures is you need to work it a little less

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  5. Great Britons! ;-) Your Ancient Britons are lovely and should be loads of fun to run in HC. And enjoy your weekend, Andrew!

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    1. They are an absolute blast to play with, unpredictable ,mayhem ;)

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  6. Very nice. Sending your boys Scouting in the winter...... Brilliant... evil genius but brilliant.

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    1. It will toughen them up nothing like a good dose of muck and water and the fresh outdoors, non of this namby pamby sterile environment crap here!!!

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  7. Those do look just wonderful Andrew!

    Christopher

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    1. Thank you Christopher, although I think the infantry will be better

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  8. They look blooming amazing Loki

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  9. Yes indeed ... these minis look great!!! ^^

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    1. Thank you and welcome aboard the Longship

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  10. Absolute terrific painting Andrew! Your freehands on the shields is just great.

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    1. Thank you Nick , These were a warm up for the infantry ;)

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  11. These Briton cavalry is excellent painted!

    Greetings
    Peter

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