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Sunday, 19 June 2016

Late Romans - Prima Flavia Gallicana Constantia













Here are a few photos of a Late Roman unit I've just finished painting. These are pseudocomitatenses - the Prima Flavia Gallicana Constantia. Information about them, including the shield pattern, can be found on Luke Ueda-Sarson's Notitia Dignatum website:

http://lukeuedasarson.com/NDprimaFlaviaGallicanaConstantia.html

The figures are from the superb new Gripping Beast plastic Late Roman set and with two ranks of archers at the back they're nearly an entire box (four figures short). The shield transfers are by LBM.










20 comments:

  1. Great job on these late Romans...impressive shields!

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    1. Thanks Phil, LBM do some great Late Roman shield transfers.

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    1. Thanks Loki, they're the best plastic Romans.

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  3. Awesome! Love the shields.

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    1. Thanks Rodger, the LBM transfers really make the unit.

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  4. Those are seriously impressive plastics. Great work Cyrus.

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  5. Great looking unit Cyrus! Plastic selections are really growing at a fast rate!

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, for some strange reason I'm more motivated to,paint new plastic figures than old metal ones.

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  6. Nice work! Shieldwork makes these figures pop!

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, the LBMs are always the go in my book.

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  7. You have done a splendid job on those.

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  8. Great looking unit you have here. I have a few units of GB Late Romans still to paint; perhaps one day I will get round to them.

    Cheers, Ross

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    1. Thanks Ross, the GB metals are nice figures but the new plastics are even better. I have quite a few GB metal units still to paint too.

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  9. Thanks Simon, they're great figures.

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