...his whole mass of cavalry came on at speed in the most splendid style. The rush of horse, the sound of the earth, the waving of flags, the brandishing of spears, were grand beyond description but perfectly ineffectual.
Beautiful and so 'in character'!European soldiers on such means of transportation look a little like tourist... quite appropriately for foreigners from so far away in such 'outlandish' (for them!) environment.
Great! Such a great way of cementing the exotic feel. Do they serve a purpose in your game or are they pure eye candy?Frankhttp://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com/
Thanks guys. I really can't get a good photo of these for some reason. They are much nicer in the flesh.Eye candy at the moment. but wouldn't it be a great variation of the infamous "defend the wagon train" type scenario : )
Very nice. CheersPaul
Very nice. Love the foliage on the base!
Nicely painted by Peter. GWZ, I love the scenery you used for the base. Can I enquire please what company you use?Cheers,Helen
Helen,The long green grass is by JG Miniatures, a 54mm company. I stick it to the base before I texture in sand. The grass tufts are a mix of Silfor and another company. Silflor is the better product imho.Ground flowers by Noch.The rushes/ long stemmed flowers are by Eslo.gwz
I do agree your photography might benefit from a "light box". http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=15885.0Perhaps the troops carriers could be used to represent reinforcements entering at a specific time and place on the table.Would be a sin to not use them.Frankhttp://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com/
Frank,Just ordered one online! Hopefully the photos will improve shortly!gwz
Great stuff GWZ