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Old 09-14-2016, 07:56 PM
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They look great Tony. Kudos for having a) the courage to photograph the work so close, and b) doing such great work as to render a) unimportant :-)
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Old 09-15-2016, 12:29 AM
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They look good. :-)

It occurs to me that you could use similar figures if you wanted to do an army for Rohan.
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Old 09-15-2016, 07:22 AM
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They look great Tony. Kudos for having a) the courage to photograph the work so close, and b) doing such great work as to render a) unimportant :-)
Thanks, Doug. I'm painting without glasses, so my -6.0 nearsightedness I'm coming in real handy.
Not to pat my own back, but the pics actually don't do them justice.
I think the pics turned out not so well.
I'm having issues with getting the light balance right and even though I've been painting for a long time, the camera functions are a pain to deal with.
Maybe when I'm bored I'll look up how to do a better job with it, but I can't take too long or the technology will change (again.)
I don't REALLY like the white background, but it seems to be what everyone one is doing these days. Honestly, can't get any better lighting until you take them outside.
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Old 09-16-2016, 10:09 PM
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Really like the Ostrogoth heavy foot. Very "Dark Age!"
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Old 09-22-2016, 01:01 AM
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Thought I'd get in some pictures into the site before it disappears

DBA 2.2 II/58 Alans painted last year


All LH Army


Multi Element Army


Knights with General



Some LH Close Up
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Old 09-22-2016, 06:51 AM
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These are splendid, GenoanSteel. Any chance you could post them on some of the other DBA sites as well? (New Fanaticus/Yahoo group/Facebook page).
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Old 09-23-2016, 03:16 AM
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Thanks, Menacus Secundus.
I can re-post them on the New Fanaticus, but probably not Facebook though.
I like to keep a low profile.
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Old 09-23-2016, 04:53 PM
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Tony, great work. Please tell us how you do the basing. The grass looks like real grass and not flocking. Tell us on the other current fanaticus a site please. Thanks.
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Old 10-07-2016, 04:08 AM
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Since the last time this topic was raised, I have nearly completed my Baltic Campaign set.

The Medieval Scandanavian (Sweeden) and Moldavians are complete.

Teutonic Order, Lithuanians, Post Mongol Russians and Golden Horde have 12 elements and so are campaign ready (I can finish off the extra options at my leisure).

The Prussians and Early Polish have 11 elements completed but I have cheated with the Polish knights using already painted figures from earlier projects. They wil be replaced ASAP.

The Medieval German have 10 elements completed.

Next up is to do the recently ordered Trapezuntine Byzantine to up the maximum number of players for my Mediterranean game to 12.

After that comes the upgrading and extending of my Sung China campaign. I have to do Uighurs (5 elements completed), Hindu Indian (6 elements completed), Khmer (5 elements completed), Burmese (7 elements completed) and Cham (army bagged but not started).

I also have some Arab Conquest and Pre Islamic City Arabs (8 elements completed each) before we move into the realms of bagged but not started.
(Malay/Sumatran, Dacian, Sea Peoples, Abbysinian & Horn of Africa).

Cheers
I really loved the artistic work you have shared about. Keep sharing with us.

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