Wednesday, 22 May 2013

1/72 DBA Seleucids

II19a01II/19aII19b01II/19bII19c01II/19cII19d01II/19d
Having had a look through my pile of left over and unused figures I found that I had enough for several more DBA armies. First up are Seleucids in the form of DBA II/19a)b)c)d). I could have morphed over elements from previously completed armies but the object is to use up figures, so only the chariot gets morphed in the end.
II19a021x3Kn (Gen), 1x3Kn, 1x2LH.II19a034x4PkII19a041xSCH (morphed) and 1x3AxII19a052xEl, 2x2PsII19b021x2Ps, 1x4WbII19b031x4AxII19c021x4Kn (Gen), 1x4Kn cataphractsII19c034x4Pk front pair are 'Romanised'II19c041x3CvII19c051x2PsII19d021x4Bd ('fake' legionaries)II19d031x4Ax

9 comments:

  1. A great looking army, these Seleucids are really impressive, very nice work!
    Phil.

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  2. Impressive looking armies. Those pikes are huge.

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  3. Cheers guys. I like the 'pick and mix' aspect of the Seleucids over the four armies. No doubt there are many errors in using mostly the same troops over such a long period, but I'm no purist :-)

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  4. Great work! I love the seleucids and their army!

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  5. Thanks Thomas, one day they might even appear on a table top.

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  6. I hope so! I see, you're from Scotland. Beautiful country, I was in Scotland 3 months ago.

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  7. Kinda chilly then most parts as I remember. Much the same now. Summer? What's that?

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  8. :D Yor "romanized" phalangites and "imitation legionaries" - are those caesar's rep. Roman infantry?

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  9. Well spotted, they sure are. Can't remember where the pikemen's round shields came from though.

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