Wow...what potential. Citizens always get in the way of the Army! Maybe there is a spy or deserter plying his or her trade on the cobble stones of the market place. Nice set of merchants, Paul.
Thanks jay :-DExactly what I think!! Civilians are missing in a lot of wargames...it seems as if the battles are taking place in a "battlefield reserve"...only military personel allowed. Civilians are a necessity...for me..for "getting in the way", spying, camp followers, extra defenders for say a town..(militias).What Strelets and linear-b are doing I can only applaud...the more the merrier.Cheerspaul
I'd just love those in 28mm... :-(Simon
Lively town Paul great looking set!
Sweet work, lots of conversion ideas here, even if they are collateral figures.Well done Paul
Wonderful street life...excellent.
agreed i want these in 28mm they are wonderful but ow well can't have everything
Incredible! Your market looks so real! One of your best!
I like the woman who has a fine fat goose!
These are excellent aditions to the 1/72s!! There are much more civilians available in 28mm so don't start complaining!! ;)
Very nice figures and very very well displayed.
It´s a great set and work! Will see them mixed with the two strelets roman transport you painted before? Cheers
Great range of figures, but my word that is a very large goose!
Thanks :-D@Álvaro...I am going to build a new roman street..the buildings in the photo I made a long time ago and aren´t as good as they could be...they were made quickly to create a town. The other sets...most of the figs have been used for medievals now but I will get them again..mainly becuase there is a lot of other things I want to convert them to but also to create a Strelets roman town scene. That goose is a BIG one though!!!!! :-DCheerspaul