Friday, 19 December 2008

Partian II/37 Essex Miniatures 15mm

Aggression: 2
Steppe until 126BC, then arable.

2x4kn or 2Lh or 2Ps
1x4Kn or 2Lh or 3Ax


airhead said...

Brilliant painting, some of the best in 15mm I've seen. The ground work on the bases is very good. What product do you use for the grass effect? Keep up the good work.


Menic said...

Thank You. The grass is from: "Woodland scenics:
Turf burnt grass T44"
look here:

mrfarrow2u said...

Fantastic paint job!!!!!
Well done mate.

All the Best

A very envious MrF... ;o)

David said...

Very, very nice. These have more detail on them than my 25mm Persians, which is simply not right. Well done indeed.


Anonymous said...

Beutiful job Menic, especially on the cataphracts which tend to be boring at best.

Dale said...

Great paint! And you are another using a black edge on the basing. I am starting to dig that.

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Love this post, and also love Moomin!

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