This week people keep sending me pictures of their minis, which are invariably far better painted than my own; it's becoming a positive curse. ;-)
Today's minis are beautifully painted by Gordon Smith, and are from the new Aventine EIR Range for the Marcomannic wars. Gordon took the pictures, too. The shield designs are LBMS (specially re-sized by Steve from the ones for the A&A range). All pictures are clickable.
Below is the full unit. Gordon has wisely gone for 60mm deep bases as the Aventine's are in particularly animated poses.
I love the mini below with the crested helmet. There are a very large number of helmet variations in this range.
Gordon deliberately went with a very grubby "or campaign" style, a good call!
The below pic shows how animated the minis are. I usually go with very static poses, but the below looks brilliant!
And now, all together.
I also have bought enough minis for a couple of units of these, but they are resting in a box whlst I finish up basing all the BTD minis that have been painted, and rest in storage. And yet, these minis are several orders of magnitude better sculpted than the BTDs; I really should get on with them!