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They are beautiful.
Thanks War Minister Crittumbo!CheersMike
Oh yes. They look very convincing and menacing
Nice! Really like the heavy cavalry.Christopher
Nasty-looking. I certainly wouldn't want to be on the receiving end.Lovely too! Hope you don't mind having another follower...Paul
I have been following for a while, but for some reason my dashboard isn't showing your blog, so I've rejoined anyway. Hope this isn't too cryptic!Paul again
Lovely figs Cyrus, always love your posts.
Thanks for the comments guys. No worries Caliban following your blog too!CheersMike
Great work Cyrus do you do commissions?
Very nice figures! I especially like the Cataphracts!
Nice mix of minis; the cataphracts work particularly well together
Cracking Mike, I need to roll out either my republican, imperial or late romans and have a bash in your new shed!cheersmatt
Thanks guys. Nathan I don't really have time to do commissions (too many armies to paint)and your painting is better than mine anyway!Matt we should definitely organise a game sometime. I have EIR and Late Republican Romans as well.CheersMike
Belated question - how do the Old Glory compare scale-wise?
They're true 28mm mix well with Foundry, Newline etc. The Magister Militum and Stafford Games figures are smaller 25mm, hope this helps.