The Silver Shields:
And here they are alongside their fellow Antithesid (Seleucid) pike blocks:
It's a mark of Successor fatigue that this unit took twice as long to complete as the others. I'm quite happy with them, but I may take a break from painting successors for a short while and concentrate on something else. We'll see.
Meanwhile, Saturday evening (UK time) saw the second gathering of the Virtual Wargames Club, with attendees from far and wide joining the group - from Manila to North Hampshire, from Dundee to Chicago... and all stations in between.
The conversation included current activities, terrain projects and games, and the show n tell was most entertaining, with members sharing some stunning modelling and painting work, from The Sudan to Stalingrad.
We even had a small breakout session with groups discussing the relative merits of metal, plastic and resin figures, and even an interesting straw poll as to which is the most popular medium.
Now, I don't want to put potential new members off, but here's the rogues gallery as the members started to settle down for the meeting. Not a bad bunch of lads after all!
Thanks to all who came along and joined in the intelligent, fun, and most enjoyable chat.
For anyone who wants to join in, it really is very straightforward. Just send me an email (details on the right of this blog page) and I will send out instructions for those not familiar with zoom, and an invitation to the meeting.
Same time next Saturday...