"The Greco-Bactrian 250 – 130 BC" Topic
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| timurilank ||13 Oct 2016 6:15 a.m. PST|
Between the historical games played I am painting the latest addition to the Post Punic War collection, the Bactrian Greek. There are two commands, one a standard mix of cavalry, pike and elephant and a second composed entirely of cavalry.
I have posted to the blog a brief text with photos of the initial stage.
|Rudysnelson||13 Oct 2016 2:39 p.m. PST|
Easy to expand to an Indo-Bactrian.
One of my favorite armies in DBM and WRG.
|goragrad||13 Oct 2016 3:06 p.m. PST|
When I get painting again one of my on hold projects was the phalangites to morph my Classical Indians into a Graeco-Indian.
Graeco-Bactrian up next.
| timurilank ||13 Oct 2016 10:20 p.m. PST|
An Indo-Bactrian army does have its charm, but they are a very, very, very low priority at the moment.
The Greco-Bactrian will serve as opponents for the armies of Seleucid and Parthia which are ready for battle.
|mashrewba||14 Oct 2016 9:09 a.m. PST|
Good stuff -I also stick figs on bases and then paint them.
I don't understand all this sticking them on lollipop sticks etc.