New WAC army, Carthaginians.

Well its been a while but I moved house just under two weeks ago so have been a bit busy doing none gamer stuff ;o).
With things starting to settle down I’ve managed to start sorting out one of my new WAC armies, my Carthaginians. Over the last year I’ve slowly been getting these painted by my painter chap Cornishmikey and now have enough done for a sizeable army. As normal I like to do my own basing and I’m doing the seem style as I’ve done with my Romans and Celts, here’s the first batch.

My Citizen Militia Phalanx, these are the new Victrix plastic models which I pre-ordered so also got a set of the limited LBM Scorpion shield transfers which look really cool I think ;o).

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I’ve also managed to sort out my mounted Crusader Miniatures Numidian Prince.

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That’s all I’ve got finished at the moment but there’s plenty more to come so watch this space :0).

Cheers, Steve.

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7 Responses to New WAC army, Carthaginians.

  1. A very promising start. The Victrix chaps turned out nicely. The red tunics look very convincing and not too bright. The decals really add some glam, so overall a very cool first unig. The numidian prince’s colour scheme is also very nice. Realistic hues that still have enough contrast to emphasise the details. I’ll follow this with interest. After all they are my favourite army.

  2. Matt says:

    They look superb!

  3. Old Guy says:

    I really like the bases, the kind of look I want for my new eastern Romans. Beautiful figures.

  4. Jack says:

    Reblogged this on Tome and Tomb.

  5. George says:

    Steve, before I go and buy a bag of this sharp sand, you don’t paint it at all?

  6. lurkusspleen says:

    Hi George,
    nope no painting at all……..I said it was easy ;o).

    Cheers, Steve.

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