I'm pushing hard to complete a stalled 28mm Celt/Gallic DBA army project that I started last Christmas. It is part of the TTGN Old Project Challenge. I made quite a lot of progress this week.
First up were six bases of 3Wb. These came out pretty well, showing the diversity of the Celts in colour and weaponry. I came up one shield short in the end so I will need to paint one up and glue it on later. These are all Wargames Factory plastic Celts.
I finished two bases of 3Cv horsemen. These fellows look a bit rag-tag, which was my intention. The fellow in the middle on the left has obviously captured a fair but of Roman equipment.
These two bases of 2LH are supposed to be skirmishing horse units. I took the saddles off of these horses so the riders were bare-backing-it.
These two units of 2Ps have a fair collection of ranged weapons, including a bow and a sling. And finally I finished a HoTT cleric or magician element. He is a 28mm metal from Warlord Games. The standing stone behind him was "sculpted" on the fly out of blue tack.
Up next: I have the flesh done on a 15mm Etruscan DBA army so I will try to bring them to completion this week. I also have the last Celtic chariot coming to me in the mail and Dave and I did a large trade this week that I will need to sort out. I also have a holiday themed 28mm HoTT army to base up (suggestions of snow terrain welcomed).