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Author Topic: Start of a Seleukid army during the reign of Antiochus III and Antiochus IV  (Read 857 times)

Offline Arche Seleukeia

  • schoolboy
  • Posts: 7
I ordered from Aventine Miniatures several years ago but I've finally decided to start painting them. I'm a slow painter so I only have a single officer of the phalanx to show but I hope you like them.

Offline Karak Norn Clansman

  • assistant
  • Posts: 45
Nicely colourful!

Offline Byblos

  • scientist
  • Posts: 469
  • Les Echelles du Levant ...
yes ! Beautiful colors  :-*

Offline aphillathehun

  • scientist
  • Posts: 204

Beautiful!

Offline DintheDin

  • scatterbrained genius
  • Posts: 2535
Crispy paintjob! I wish you a good continuation with your project! Please, keep posting!
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Offline FierceKitty

  • mad scientist
  • Posts: 597
Looks good, but you do realise that Seleucid armies were big, don't you? You'll be much advanced in years before they're ready for action at this rate....
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Offline rumacara

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  • scatterbrained genius
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  • Zillions of painted miniz!
Well done. :-* :-*
Keep it coming.

Offline Caldor

  • assistant
  • Posts: 30
Fantastic!

Offline AdamPHayes

  • scientist
  • Posts: 230
    • Wargame Warrior
Wow, that’s a long one he’s got!

Offline Arche Seleukeia

  • schoolboy
  • Posts: 7
My next phalangite, doing the base coat took me a few days but washing and highlighting only took an hour  lol

Offline FierceKitty

  • mad scientist
  • Posts: 597
Wow, that’s a long one he’s got!

...as the actress said of the bishop.

Offline jazbo

  • librarian
  • Posts: 161
    • My GNW Project Blog
Beautiful.

But surely at the rate your painting it will be literallt years before you have enough?

I find the more gamers focus on perfect painting, the less they game and the more frustrated they get. I used to do good painting, but now I block and wash, and I have big armies and am a happy gamer.

Just saying.
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Offline Arche Seleukeia

  • schoolboy
  • Posts: 7
Beautiful.

But surely at the rate your painting it will be literallt years before you have enough?

I find the more gamers focus on perfect painting, the less they game and the more frustrated they get. I used to do good painting, but now I block and wash, and I have big armies and am a happy gamer.

Just saying.

It doesn't take a long time for me to paint the minis but rather I don't paint often enough. I haven't been able to paint much currently due to a vacation with my fiancée but I've also been painting some other things. My plan is to paint all my current Aventine miniatures this summer.

Offline vodkafan

  • mastermind
  • Posts: 1564
Fantastic work! Good luck with your painting schedule.
2018 Painting Challenge

figures bought: Lost count after Salute and Hammerhead @700
figures painted: 70, 1 artillery piece