With a few minutes this weekend, I managed to base up the 1/72-scale Indians I painted.
These are Italeri figures and there are 16 poses repeated three times each. This is a nice distribution with no poses that struck me as really bad or useless.
I gave them a quick paint+Future priming, then quickly painted them and gave them the dip to bring up the details. The details was sufficient that most of the figures turned out pretty well. The large amount of buckskin made the painting choices fairly simple--almost like a uniformed group.
Basing is my usual floor-tile+sand and rocks approach with some static grass and shrubs.
I wondered about adding a few trees to these bases but then decided against it.
Up next: I finished the basic terrain for my MayDay game that I will playtest on March 16 at the club. Dang is all-black foam-core pricey. I also painted the flesh on all of the 15mm Saracens I have left. These should go quite quickly once I get the robes done.