My Late Roman army with 120 mm frontages.
Shieldwall infantry with the Roman general and cavalry behind.
My Early Saxon army.
Warbands and skirmishers.
Once I was finished re-basing, I had leftover Late Romans, Western Barbarians, some Roman Cavalry and assorted mounted Germanic cavalry. How could I not do Dark Ages Britain without King Arthur? With what I had leftover I'm able to do four units of Riders, two units of Shieldwall and once unit of mounted skirmishers. For any dismounted skirmishers I decided I could borrow from the existing Late Roman and Early Saxon armies.
The first three stands of cavalry. Figures are a mixture of Wargames Foundry and Old Glory. Arthur's unit is the one with 2 flags.
As gaming projects come and go I had put off repainting the rest of the cavalry and Late Roman infantry that would make up the remainder of the army. One of the clear goals I set for myself this year was completing King Arthur's forces. Here is a photographic journey of the start of the conversion:
Mostly Wargames Foundry Late Romans that I have started to repaint tunics and shields.
Various figures from the period that are joining the forces of the Pendragon.
As you can see many of the shield designs are based on Steve Jones's army.