Friday, 26 November 2010

Etruscan Army...

...well the beginings of one. :-)
Chariot scratch built from thin card, copperwire, wheels from the Atlantic egyptian chariot set and the nags from the Airfix Britons chariot.



12 comments:

  1. Blimey!!! You're very productive. Really like the idea of your background for pictures. Those etruscs look great too.

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  2. Thanks mate :-) I don´t produce a finished product everyday...well not always, but everyday is a "paint something" day. Funnily enough i was considering getting a new background but i like it...sort of familiar
    Cheers
    Paul

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  3. By jingo's mate you are pumping them out at a cracking rate!

    Good work on the chariot, and keep it up.

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  4. Very nice, are those Hat Hastati bodies?

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  5. thanks guys. :-)
    @Tone...yep, Hat hastati bods...with head swops from the carthaginian command set and bits of cardboard to make the "crests"
    Cheers
    Paul
    PS the chariot driver is from the esci barbarians

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  6. Wouldn't it have been easier to use HaT's Italian allies and Odemars' Oscans? They look good, you're really getting into this conversion thingy :)

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  7. Thanks mate :-)
    Wouldn't it have been easier to use HaT's Italian allies and Odemars' Oscans?
    True...but I didn´t have them then and I like the feeling of making something out of "nothing"
    Greetz
    Paul

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  8. I was out of town only a few days and meanwhile you set one highlight after the other (o.k. that is translatet word by word out of german, but I don`t know how to transalte it right)Great work again, I like your Bods. And the chariot is a treat!

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  9. Danke mein Freund!!
    Understood and thanks ;-)
    Deutsch geht auch, wann du willst ;-)
    aber, Bods in german ????....:-)
    Grusse
    Paul

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  10. Not my era mate,but I really like that chariot.Nice scratch build.

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  11. Thanks mate :-)
    I think I am coming to realise that I haven´t got a particular era or period anymore....:-)
    Must concentrate more !!! :-)
    Cheers
    Paul

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  12. Really great conversion ideas!

    cheers
    uwe

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