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Saturday, 14 March 2015

Late Achaemenid Persian Commanders
















Here are a few photos of some Late Achaemenid Persian Commanders that I've just finished painting. One of the figures is Essex while the other three are Foundry figures sculpted by Martin Buck and sold on their Casting Room Miniatures site. I have some light cavalry from the same range which I intend to combine in units with the plastic Wargames Factory Persian light cavalry, but missed out on the Persian heavy cavalry which unfortunately sold out.













14 comments:

  1. Great looking vignettes, love these command stands...

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  2. Thanks Phil, they're very nice the Persians sculpted by Martin Buck.

    Mike

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  3. These are great, my first Ancient army and still a favourite

    Ian

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    1. Thanks Ian, early and late Persians are two of my favourite armies.

      Mike

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  4. Those are very good looking command stands. I especially like the armor on the horses.

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  5. Thanks Jonathan, they're bigger and chunkier than the Perry Persians.

    Mike

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  6. Excellent brushwork on these fine sculpts, Mike. That general's helmet crest surely is appropriately massive!

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  7. Thanks Dean, they're pretty chunky figures!

    Mike

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  8. Great work on the persian commander :)

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  9. Thanks Hobbyworker, the Persians are always colourful, even when running away!

    Mike

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  10. Thanks Christopher, Foundry figures are always hard to beat.

    Mike

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  11. Like your job on these. Great looking figures. Would be great to see someone do complete multi nations range to this standard.

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  12. Thanks Colin, I have lots of figures for my Early and Late Achaemenid Persian armies but getting units painted is always a slow old process!

    Mike

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