Friday, 25 September 2009

Supernumeraries


Here are a couple of supernumeraries from my Greek army, ably painted by Nick Speller. The first is a porter from BTD, which is one of my favourite miniatures (perhaps even my overall favourite). I wish they did some more because it would be great to have a baggage train of similar minis.

The flautists help my Spartans to keep time as they sweep to the attack, and IIRC they are by Eureka miniatures.

4 comments:

Doc Phobos said...

I am probably boring you by now, but I am again really pleased with what you are showing us. Great additions to what I've seen till now. And I will need to get my hands on that musician. Pity that it is a Eureka product. Australia is a long way. I am guessing that the p&p will be painful.

BigRedBat said...

I think you can get them from Fighting 15s in the UK. They do another pose, too.

I have almost run out of command stands to show...

Andrew said...

Looks good! I have a thing for camp follower models! I'm slowly painting my Black Tree Celtic and Saxon villagers.

BigRedBat said...

Hi Andrew, they are really nice, those BTD villagers. Back in Jan I was planning to do a celtic wagon laager including those; will have to revisit that next year.