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Saturday, 4 January 2014

Aventine Triarii


















Happy New Year for 2014 to everyone! Here is a small unit of Republican Roman Triarii, figures by Aventine Miniatures, with LBM shield transfers and vexillum, that I finished over the Xmas/New Year break, for my first post of the new year. It has been pretty quite on the gaming and painting front, though I did manage a game of Saga after Xmas. Craig's Saracens armed with naphtha (hitting on 2+) easily accounting for my Steppes Tribes!







16 comments:

  1. Another great paintjob with these Triarii, I like them!

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  2. Wonderful brushwork Cyrus! Happy New Year!

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  3. Lovely job - good start to a new year!

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  4. Excellent work as always so inspiring

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  5. Superb figures and the shields really finish them off.

    Pat.

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  6. They look great, Cyrus. Love the variety of body armor. Dean

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  7. Thanks guys, Happy New Year to you all!

    Mike

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  8. Lovely painting, and a Happy New Year!

    It looks like they have half-inched the Principes' standard, though. Best, Simon

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  9. Thanks Simon, Happy New Year to you too! I think they're all Principes figures but look OK as Triarri - probably be better without two standards - but that is what is in the Principes Command pack.

    Mike

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  10. Stunning figures. What a great looking unit.

    Steve

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  11. Thanks Steve, Aventine figures are a joy to paint.

    Mike

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  12. These look great.
    I've got a Republican Roman army of Aventine figures and I LOVE them. You are going to really enjoy this project.

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  13. Thanks Glenn, I have a mix of figures but Aventine are definitely the best Republican Romans around.

    Mike

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  14. Some excellent work over the last few months Mike. Camel train and also your first ACW unit! Cheers, Michael

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  15. Thanks Michael, look forward to more of your posts, Happy New Year!

    Mike

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