Monday, 17 July 2017

Sticky Stickmen Stoically Standing

Good afternoon,

Well, it must be holidays, because I applied some paint to some figures. Actually, two of these elements I painted over this last week, two of them I finished about eight weeks ago, but, well, Term 2 got busy.

So...some Later Hoplite Greeks...




...note the difference in the Little Big Man Studios transfers compared to the Veni Vidi Vici one...


...and two more elements of Macedonian Phalangites.




Note, these two are sans Army Painter Quickshade, because I thought that the shade really dulled down my first phalangite element.


That's the one on the left. Of the screen. Right of the line, I suppose.


And back of the column.


It's mostly noticeable on the shields.

So, four more elements of Stoically Standing Sticky Stickmen.



Making eight Later Hoplite elements completed.


Two more  of these to go (13 of the phalangites), then I best paint up some later Greek cavalry.

Nick

10 comments:

  1. Lovely figures, nice colors and great job!

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    1. Thank you kind sir! I can't paint faces to save myself...and it would seem that these things are getting harder and harder to see!

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  2. Great job on the sticky chaps Nick!

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    1. Thanks John. Oh to have but a 10th of your skill! Still, they'll look ok on mass.

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  3. Three cheers for the sticky stick men... nice job sir.

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    1. Thanks Mark. Not really a patch on yours, but, well...

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  5. These are great looking units Nick!

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    1. Thanks Tony, you are too kind! The transfers do make quite a difference.

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