Cesar Paz's
UMAYYAD ARABS
661-750 AD
DBA III/31

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Cesar Paz lives in Neuquén, Argentina, and has scratch-built this pair of DBA armies as an Arab Imperial morph.  They are featured here as a Umayyad Arab army.  Here's Cesar's description of his technique:

"Here are photographs of the Arab Imperial armies I have scratch-built in 9mm scale. Base sizes are those of the 15 mm scale. For Bow, Psiloi and Auxilia elements, I have sculpted every figure individual directly onto the bases. Spear elements were carved in one block, and for mounted elements I have sculpted two horses, make silicone moulds, drop-cast and animated all the mounts and then modeled every rider on them. I made the figures with soldering wire and two-part epoxi putty. Weapons are of nylon. If anyone wants to know more about how I made these figures, you can contact me by posting in the Fanaticus Forum or directly by email."

To truly appreciate Cesar's work, view the linked Close-Up pages below.
 

Jund and Asawira Horse (3Cv)

Ghazis and Arab Auxiliaries (2Lh)

CLOSE-UPS OF CAVALRY AND LIGHT HORSE

Spearmen (4Sp)

Dailami (4Ax)

CLOSE-UPS OF SPEAR AND AUXILIA

Archers (4Bw)

CLOSE-UPS OF BOW AND PSILOI

CLOSE-UPS OF BATTLE SCENES

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Last Update: 24 April 2007

My thanks to Cesar Paz
Send any feedback or input to Chris Brantley at IamFanaticus@gmail.com.