Miniature Wargaming with an emphasis on the 1809 Campaign
Another very nice unit and I must say the headresses are very appealing, allowing the unit a very distinctive look:)
Thanks, Steve; there aren't really any other troops with the same look as the Peleset!
Yet another fine unit of bowmen. These are great poses from Foundry.
Yes, I really like them, too. Next ion the painting table are some Peleset Ox Carts and Chariots from Newline...
Spectacular and impressive bowmen!!
Awesome Sea Peoples archers, Peter. Foundry's Bronze Age ranges surely set the standard.
These are the nicest Peleset archers that I have seen. The Old Glory (limited to Javelinmen/Swordsmen) and Newline Designs figures are also nice, each different in their own way. The two command figures in the rear rank are Newline.
These look great Peter, and I particularly like the two rank effect with the front rank kneeling.
Thanks, Lawrence. Since the mix of figures is 6 kneeling and 6 standing, it seemed right to base them like this!@
The colors really pop with that nice basing. I have to get me one of those headdresses to wear around town for fun;)CheersKevin
Thanks, Kevin. I think most folks would just think it was a badly done American Plains Indian headdress!
Another excellent looking unit!! :)
Splendid looking peleset archers!Best Iain
Thank you, Iain!
How many of these units are in your army ! looking great again
The archers, 2 units of formed archers and 1 (to come() of skirmish archers for the Pelset. ? 5 units of warbands, soem skirmish Javelinmen, and some chariots and Oxcarts under way,
Beautiful! Foundry does make some of the best figures.Neilhttps://toysoldiersanddiningroombattles.blogspot.com/
Glad you like them, Neil! These are especially nice castings.