And here they are…
(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version)
This is a stand of Hoplites (Spear) for an Early Greek Hoplite DBA army. The army may take some time to complete…
The figures are all from Black Tree Design. As I mentioned in the preview in the previous post I had wanted to cram 8 guys on there, but was only able to get seven on in the end… At least I got four across the front and the unit looks sufficiently DENSE!
Their backsides. There are some more nekkid dudes on this stand - but their dangly bits are cleverly hidden by appropriately placed shields - not only to shield their dangly bits from foes - but to shield the eyes for those too prudish (or uncertain in their own sexuality) to look upon another mans genitalia.... or rather a wee model of another man's bits.
Here’s how the BTD (on the left) look next to the Crusader Minis (on the right). While both are great as individually mounted figures, I definitely like the Crusader Miniatures better for putting on stands like this.
Here are a couple more individual Hoplites I also happened to finish up:
The two Spartans on the left are both from Wargames Foundry, the other (with the snake device) is from Black Tree Design.
Here’s their backsides.
Some Hoplite casualty figures from Warlord Games.
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
Some more dead guys.