Good-looking scene, and the backdrop didn't even look like a backdrop at first. The choice of colours across the group ties them together very well.
They look like a good mix of heroes Paul, but looking forward to seeing the evil bad dudes.
That's what you call matching bases!
Sods...Bods, very good work my friend.
I love seeing these.
Ah, victims... Nicely painted victims at that though. Great job Paul...Dimitri
Very good ones !!! One of these looks as Aragorn !Great work Paul, you paint with a lovely style.Congratulations mate.Regards.
jmchasco- I was just gonna say the say thing. And the "bod" on the right(when in rome right?) looks a bit like a certain Tolkein character as well.
Love your medieval posts and the worlds you create. I can see a great adventure in store for this crew.
Great paintingjob, especially love bases :)
Bril bases. The figures look a treat as well. Super effort.
Thanks.I don´t know how they got away with making the bods look so much like characters from LOTR...isn´t there such a thing as copyright anymore:-DCheersPaul
.... well done Paul! I saw them on Benno's but, as I didn't have time for visiting your Blog,... Congratulations for this nice and useful job! ... I'll come back here soon!
Thanks for sharing. They look sharp. The LOTR elements are strong in the character set,but other sets in the Caesar fantasy line are pretty removed from LOTR. Like skeletons and the feral/wild/primitive orcs may help keep the lawyers at bay.I think the Orion/Dark Alliance Orcs look and box art are more LOTR knock offish than the Caesar stuff. I would vote them most likely to be the 1/72 sets most likely to draw the lawyers wrath.