I have finished my latest project, the Alcatani Fellowship.
There are few mercenary outfits with a fame quite as large as the Alcatani, a renown earned through the defense of the defenseless, though perhaps not the penniless. Rodrigo, their one eyed leader, would rather take a contract to defend a bevvy of farmers oppressed on their land than a rich merchant's caravan on route through the bad lands. Of course everyone pays, but we don't talk about that. "Socius Alcatani" is their cry, it means "Fellowship of the Alcatani", a band of brothers, fiercely loyal to their brothers and their gold.
I've had these models for years half painted. I've finally gotten around to restarting them and completing them. I used the same basing technique I've been using across my army. Every model in this unit is individually based. Grass is applied using a static grass applicator I made myself and the flowers are all made by hand.
All the armour is non metallic metal done with the loaded brush mostly using English Uniform as the base, Armour Brown for the shade, Iraqi Sand for the highlight and white for the tips. The spears I'm particularly happy with. Their Khaki, then lined with Armour Brown and White, then inked with Brown ink. I'm pleased with how they turned out.
Some freehand on the banner. I'm not overly happy with the banner itself, making a banner with sculpy is harder than I thought, but I was please with the outcome when painted. My new Windsor and Newton brushes are worth the cost that's for sure.
Hope you enjoy them.