Sunday, May 30, 2021

Sea Peoples - Sardana Warband #2

 

This is the second of three new Sardana Warbands.


Once again, the two "Command" figures (front left) are by Newline Designs, and the rank and file are Old Glory figures. :"Something Old and something New!"


White/Light Grey is the theme here!


Bright sunlight for this shot!


The fine detail on the leader's bronze armor is picked out in silver. 


24 comments:

  1. Really like your desert bases, another fine unit of ancients.

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    1. Thanks, joe. I really enjoy the desert basing myself, especially given how easy it is to do. I am impatient when it comes to basing!

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  2. Looking great sir. How is your recipe for a human flesh :)?
    Best

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    1. Thank you Michal. Nothing fancy - Delta Ceramcoat "Dark Flesh" highlighted with Delta Ceramcoat "Medium Flesh", then the overall heavy black "Magic Wash".

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    2. Thanks, it works without too much fuss!

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  3. You are painting up a storm, Peter! In this case, a desert storm. Nice!

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  4. Fine figures. I have the tiny 15mm Peter Laing Sea People which occasionally get to come out and play.

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  5. Lock up your goats! A fine looking body of raiders from the sea there 👍

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    1. LOL! Leave the womenfolk to fend for themselves, eh? :-)
      Thank you!

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  6. Not as nasty a look as last lot but still a fine bunch

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    1. The only differences are the lose and the substitution of grey and white for the sinister looking black of the last mob. Interesting how much difference it does make, however!

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  7. Nice paint scheme on these Sardana, Peter. They really pop!

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    1. Thanks, Dean; the white and grey isn't as dramatic as the black!

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  8. I really like the way you theme your units Peter, and the colours you are using are very effective. It will be great to see the finished army assembled.

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    1. It isn't strictly historical, but I like to be able to tell my units apart easily, so I use shield colors, trim colors, and the like whenever possible to differentiate my Ancient units.

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  9. Splendid looking bunch of raiders!
    Best Iain

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