Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Monday, April 15, 2019

Wargames Foundry Early Imperial Romans


I've been reorganizing my computer files and found some pictures of my old Warhammer Ancients Early Imperial Roman Army with figures by Wargames Foundry. As you can see (or not see!) I was also learning how to take close-up pictures with my digital camera. These are some of the best Early Imperial Roman figures I have owned and Wargames Foundry did a great job with the sculpting.

 Great mounted Centurion figure!
 Here comes another legion.

 My interpretation of the II Legion in Britain.

 Auxiliary troops; I think I painted on the vexillum Cohort II Astur.
 Syrian Auxiliary archers.

 Love this figure.

 The Emperor.

The grizzled Roman veteran (you always play better with a hat!)


6 comments:

  1. Outstanding work, Neil! Those hand painted shields look fantastic especially.

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    1. I hand painted the shields because the decals were temporarily out of stock!

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  2. Nice job on those Romans, Neil! For a range of figures which must be something like 25 years old, they are still one of the best ranges of Romans ever produced by anyone. I absolutely love my Foundry Romans and I intend adding a lot more to them yet.
    Best wishes,
    Jason

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    1. I agree. Best Early Imperial Romans around. And I lover Late Roman range too.

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  3. Wonderful brushwork on the shields!

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