Speed Painted Late Romans

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Speed Painted Late Romans

Post by Atheling » Wed Nov 23, 2022 4:02 pm

In a few weeks I will be entering The Analogue Hobbies Painting challenge with a Thematic Byzantine army that I'm putting together. Before the event, I thought it prudent to slay the demons of the Varnishing Disaster nightmare which stopped me in my tracks in last year's challenge after prepping hundreds of Late Roman miniatures!

I'm not really happy with the painting style on these miniatures so will be selling them. Not yet as I have another 8 of the Late Roman Celtae Seniores Auxillia Palatinum (Infantry) to complete first. Unfortunately there will be no more cavalry models as the first six were ruined by the varnish from last year.

They will be appearing in the Bazaar for sale when the last eight miniatures are complete.

Celtae Seniores Auxillia Palatinum
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Re: Speed Painted Late Romans

Post by Friedrich August I. » Fri Nov 25, 2022 6:02 am

Even if you are not really happy with them...they still look pretty good:-)
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"Sort your filth out by yourself!" The King of Saxony Friedrich August III., at his abdication 1918, referred to the quarrels in the parliament and the squabbling within the provisional government.
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