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Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Sea People - Pelset Warriors and Archers






Here are some rather rushed Sea People figures I've just finished painting. They are Pelset warriors and archers, a mix of figures by Wargames Foundry and Castaway Arts. The twelve figure unit sizes are for a Chariots Rampant force and a good way to get started painting and gaming with my Sea People army. See the post on Medinet Habu on this blog for photos of Sea People on Egyptian reliefs.




21 comments:

  1. Very nice, Mike. I thought I recognized a few Castaway Arts guys.

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    1. Thanks Dean, the Castaway figures aren't as nice as the Foundry but do add a bit of variety.

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    2. Back in the WAB days where not having a musician was detrimental - I ended up getting one of their flutist for my Redoubt Lukka/Cretans. He was much smaller, but figured he was a good size for wee lad accompanying the warrior-men.:)

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, very colourful the Sea People.

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  3. They look great Cyrus! I've always liked the Sea Peoples colorful look.

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, they are a very colourful army.

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  4. A fantastic period and a fantastic job!

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    1. Thanks Phil, looking forward to playing a game with them.

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    1. Thanks Aaron, I have some Lukka and chariots to finish and then they should be right for a game.

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  6. Castaway go well with the Foundry. Lovely choice of colours.

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  7. Thanks Colin, hopefully give these guys a run in a game soon.

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