As in any Ancioent army, it can't be all heavy infantry and cavalry - there are always the light infantry and other support troops
Ancient archers being about the fastest troop types to paint, they veritably shot off the painting station.
These are nice figures, uncertain of manufacturer, but they had separate quivers that had to be glued on, which was a pain, plus they will be liable to pop off. Not a choice I would have made in designing them!
These 8 figures are sufficient for 2 units in TTS! As you can see, there are subtle differences in the tunic colors, etc, between the two groups.
As many of you know, for the past month I have been working full time as a Hospitalist at New Milford Hospital. It looks like I'll be continuing in that role this month as well, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, which is improving in our area. The support from the community as a whole has been amazing. Thank you all, and thanks to the nurses, therapists, ambulance crews.Police and other first responders, and many more - you are all my heroes during this difficult time!
On Tuesday, there was a Lights and Sirens Tribute Parade at New Milford Hospital organized by New Milford Mayor - Pete Bass, New Milford Police Department, Connecticut State Police, Roxbury Police, New Milford Community Ambulance, Water Witch Fire, Northville Fire Department, Gaylordsville Fire Department, Sherman Volunteer Fire Department, Bridgewater Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., New Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department, Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department, Warren Fire, New Milford Public Works, and Modzeleski’s Tow Company. Thank you for supporting our #healthcareheroes for their unwavering courage, dedication, and resilience during the #COVID19 pandemic. The route also included the police station, nursing homes, and grocery stores in town.