Monday, 21 February 2011

Fedorati completed

Here are the saxon infantry to go along with my gothic cavalry. This completes the Fedorati contingent of my late roman army.











13 comments:

paulalba said...

Really impressive in every way Jon,
Right down to the flowers on the base and the Tony Soprano treatment of the locals.
Sure to strike fear into any opponent!
Cheers
Paul

fireymonkeyboy said...

These really are lovely. You've done a wonderful job of scene setting, turning each base into a little vignette. Wonderful work.

Ray Rousell said...

Very impressive painting, I like the poor chap having his throat scissored on the command base. Great use of figures.

Paul´s Bods said...

Wow!!! That is something else!! I don´t think I have ever seen a set up with someone having a close shave before. Excellent painting and basing
Cheers
paul

DeanM said...

Beautiful work. A great composition; nice weathering effect on the shields. Love that skull standard. Dean

Mr. Bigglesworth said...

Really imaginative and wonderful. The way you assemble your figures really tells a story. Someone's going to have to build a museum to house your minis and make them accessible for public enjoyment.

Josiah Martin said...

Very nice painting and basing!

Conrad Hawkwood said...

Foederati

War Minister Crittumbo said...

Very good work.

JET (aka Jason) said...

Just discovered your blog. Wonderful-looking units for my favourite game! You have just been added to the old blogroll. I particularly like the cavalry a couple of posts back.

Brent said...

Wonderful work. I like this bunch a whole lot -- wonderful diorama touches throughout. I will keep coming back!

Bluewillow said...

awesome job, love the colours and the standard is from the Viking Rus pack isn't it? I know if I was the roman commander I would be happy that they were my allies.....at least while my paychest is full!

cheers
matt

blucher said...

actually, its from the hun range I think. You can buy them seperate.

Thanks for the comments all - slogging through the roman infantry at the moment.

jon