Excellent figures, hands can be a bit small and fine like some of the Old Glory Line - same sculptor I believe now runs West Wind. But overall the seperate head system makes these very versatile and they are cleanly cast on the whole, awaiting an order of some armoured spearmen, these are very much in the style of Bernard Cornwells Warlord Chronicles and among my favouite miniatures along with Crusader. Any criticisms? Yes the horses could be better some of the tails are a bit "Sticky onny" and the muscles too "slabular". Anyone needing a translation of my text probably works with me so ask in person!
One of the newer lines from Crusader Miniatures is their Dark Age Scots, very nice miniatures like all of the Crusader castings, kinda solid and characterful, very nice really rate their mounted figures too as their horses are better than most. More to follow....
Very proud of this chariot, one of three I painted for Warlord that featured on the cover of Wargames Illustrated, great advert for my painting service, just in time for me to knock pro painting on the head and return to Nursing. Great timing Mike!
Pro Painter who does a bit of psychiatric Nursing. Have painted for Kingmaker, Warlord Games, Gripping Beast and Old Glory as well as loads of private commision work, my miniatures have featured on the cover of Wargames Illustrated, numerous websites and in WAB v2, hail Caesar and Bolt action, where Im credited as a contributer. If interested in commision work email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I can post worldwide.